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Cultural property

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Culture, Media and Sport Committee.

Cultural property

return and illicit trade : minutes of evidence Tuesday 23 May 2000.

by Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Culture, Media and Sport Committee.

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Published by Stationery Office in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Series[HC]. [1999-2000] -- 371-vi
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20972814M
ISBN 100102407002

  Crossing into many disciplines, cultural property law continues to grow as an established area of practice and study. Now completely updated, this book provides an accessible and objective overview of all major components of an interdisciplinary legal practice that extends from government and tribal management of land to federal underwater resource management to the national and . Get this from a library! The Routledge companion to cultural property. [Jane L Anderson; Haidy Geismar;] -- This Companion contains new contributions from scholars working at the cutting edge of cultural property studies, bringing together diverse academic .

Following an investigation by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE), Homeland Security Investigations (HSI), New York’s Cultural Property, Arts and Antiquities (CPAA) group, in coordination with the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office (DANY), three marble statues originally excavated from the Temple of Eshmun in Lebanon were. Cultural Property Risk Analysis Model (CPRAM): A very brief introduction to key concepts What is a risk? In its simplest sense, the goal of preservation is to convey a collection from one point in time to a future time with no unnecessary damage or loss. Consider this collection of 25 objects: 5 ceramics, 5.

‘The Protection of Cultural Property in Armed Conflict’ () 8 Art Antiquity and Law Chamberlain, K. War and Cultural Heritage. An Analysis of the Convention for the Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Conflict and its Two Protocols (Leicester: Institute of Art and Law, )Cited by: Safeguarding Cultural Properties is a step-by-step guide for creating and maintaining a comprehensive security program in any cultural facility or public institution. Author Stevan P. Layne, the leading expert in the field of cultural property protection, draws from his many years of experience providing protection training and planning to more.


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Cultural property by Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Culture, Media and Sport Committee. Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book is touted as a "balanced" discussion of the subject matter. It is decidedly slanted towards the viewpoints of museums and collectors and shortchanges other viewpoints, including those of archaeologists and others determined to halt looting of cultural sites and the trade in illicit antiquities/5(4).

Book Description The Routledge Companion to Cultural Property contains new contributions from scholars working at the cutting edge of cultural property studies, bringing together diverse academic and professional perspectives to develop a coherent overview of this field of enquiry.

The Routledge Companion to Cultural Property. The Routledge Companion to Cultural Property contains new contributions from scholars working at the cutting edge of cultural property studies, bringing together diverse academic and professional perspectives to develop a coherent overview of this field of by: 5.

Cultural property under international law is defined in Article I of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Convention for the Protection of Cultural Property In the Event of Armed Conflict (Hague Convention) and Article I of the UNESCO Convention on the Means of Prohibiting and Preventing the Illicit Import, Export and Transfer of Ownership of Cultural Property.

This book aims to advance the understanding of cultural property in armed conflict, and its significance for anti-terrorism and peace-building strategies.

As the author argues, ISIS’ orchestrated theft and destruction of cultural property has become a tactic of war. Through a historical, political,Brand: Palgrave Macmillan. Book Description. Against the backdrop of international conventions and their implementation, Cultural Property and Contested Ownership explores how highly-valued cultural goods are traded and negotiated among diverging parties and their interests.

Cultural artefacts, such as those kept and trafficked between art dealers, private collectors and museums, have become increasingly localized in. This interdisciplinary volume provides the first book-length investigation of the changing behaviours resulting from the effect of the UNESCO Convention on the Means of Prohibiting and Preventing the Illicit Import, Export and Transfer of Ownership of Cultural by: 1.

Current intellectual property law is very much oriented towards the protection of rights of individual entities and largely ignores the creations that are attributable to the efforts of cultural groups. A good portion of the book examines various aspects of cultural life and the internal and external ramifications to individuals, communities, and societies/5(6).

Attention is paid to the changing status and fluctuating appraisal of cultural property as subject to classical art crimes generally in peacetime and as an identity-related symbolic target during conflict.

The book covers a wide range of topics such as forgeries, white-collar crime, archaeological looting and the impact of war on cultural heritage. Cultural property law has evolved from the common law of property to encompass a broad array of statutes and codes that direct the management, protection, and preservation of cultural resources in their many public and private manifestations.

Important statutes have been used to preserve heritage. Buy Archaeology, Cultural Property, and the Military (Heritage Matters) by Laurie Rush, Laurie Rush (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on 5/5(1).

About this book. Introduction. This book explores the objects, means and ends of international cultural heritage protection. It starts from a broad conception of cultural heritage that encompasses both tangible property, such as museum objects or buildings, and intangible.

The last 20 years have provided concrete evidence for the illicit trafficking of cultural property. The seizure of photographic archives and objects in the Geneva Freeport infollowed by further raids in Basel and on the Greek island of.

Books with the subject: Cultural Property. Up to 20 books are listed, in descending order of popularity. The Bad-Ass Librarians of Timbuktu: And Their Race to Save the World's Most Precious Manuscripts Joshua Hammer.

Info/Buy. The Monuments Men Robert M Edsel, Bret Witter (Contributor) Info/Buy. Articles & Book Chapters by an authorized administrator of Osgoode Digital Commons.

Recommended Citation Williams, Sharon A. "Protection of Cultural Property: The Canadian Approach."Arizona Law Review ():   Against the backdrop of international conventions and their implementation, Cultural Property and Contested Ownership explores how highly-valued cultural goods are traded and negotiated among diverging parties and their interests.

Cultural artefacts, such as those kept and trafficked between art dealers, private collectors and museums, have become increasingly localized in. (a) movable or immovable property of great importance to the cultural heritage of every people, such as monuments of architecture, art or history, whether religious or secular; archaeological sites; groups of buildings which, as a whole, are of historical or artistic interest; works of art; manuscripts, books and other objects of artistic.

Explore our list of Arts, Cultural Property, & Entertainment Law Books at Barnes & Noble®. Receive FREE shipping with your Barnes & Noble Membership. Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Detaining cultural property. When cultural property is detained upon import, the Movable Cultural Property Program: verifies if the cultural property originates from a state that is co-signatory (co-signed) to the Convention on the Means of Prohibiting and Preventing the Illicit Import, Export and Transfer of Ownership of Cultural Property.

This is a smart collection of essays, assembled by the Ft. Drum's cultural property lead, Dr. Laurie Rush, addressing aspects of the role of cultural property protection in conflict areas, from the historical model of the Monuments Men, the treaties, the changing perception in militaries about the role of cultural property in stabilization operations, the training of civil affairs people, and 4/5.

The protection of cultural property during times of armed conflict and social unrest has been an on-going challenge for military forces throughout the world even after the ratification and implementation of the Hague Convention and its two Protocols by participating nations.This book fills gaps in the exploration of the protection of cultural heritage in armed conflict based on the World Heritage Convention.

Marina Lostal offers a new perspective, designating a specific protection regime to world cultural heritage sites, which is so far lacking despite the fact that such sites are increasingly by: 2.The book Crime in the Art and Antiquities World has contributions both from researchers specializing in the illegal trafficking of art, and representatives of international institutions involved with prevention and detection of cultural property-related crimes, such as Interpol and UNESCO.