The global community, dependent as always on the cooperation of nation states, is gradually learning to address the serious threats to the cultural heritage of our disparate but shared civilizations. The legacy of conquest, colonialization, and commerce looms large in defining and explaining these threats. The essays contained in this challenging volume are based on papers presented at an international conference on cultural heritage issues that took place at Willamette University . The conference sought to generate fresh ideas about these cultural heritage issues; offer a good sense of their nuances and complexities; and reveal how culture, law, and ethics can interact, complement, diverge, and contradict one another. This book seeks to accomplish these purposes. What it explores is the fact that, allong with an emerging blend of adversarial and collaborative processes to address cultural heritage issues, has come a substantial broadening of the normative framework in recent years. This framework now spans a welter of issues ranging from the creation of cultural safety zones during armed conflict, to the ongoing rectification of genocidal conquest during the European Holocaust and World War II, to the treatment of shipwrecks and their cargo, to the protection of folklore and other intangibles, to the promotion of traditional knowledge in the interest of biological diversity. All of these topics are controversial, as are the legal instruments that incorporate them, but the issues they embrace are vital to us all, whether our viewpoint is in the global arena, a national legislature, a courtroom, a classroom, an archaeological site, or a museum.
Cultural Heritage Issues. by Nicgorski Nafziger (Author), James .
Cultural Heritage Issues. ISBN-13: 978-9004160361. Nafziger is Thomas B. Stoel Professor of Law and Director of International Programs at Willamette University College of Law. He chairs the cultural heritage law committee of the International Law Association.
This book examines the problem of the illicit traffic in looted antiquities. One component analyses the current legal structure governing the international movement of looted antiquities
Cultural Heritage Issues: The Legacy of Conquest, Colonisation, and Commerce. Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff, 2009 This book examines the problem of the illicit traffic in looted antiquities. One component analyses the current legal structure governing the international movement of looted antiquities. Flaws in the current system of laws are examined, both in terms of their ex facie loopholes, and in terms of their broader lack of 'fit' with the market they seek to govern.
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International Journal of Cultural Property. International Journal of Cultural Property. Volume 19, Issue 1. February 2012, pp. 125-128. James A. R. Nafziger and Ann M. Nicgorski (ed. Cultural Heritage Issues: The Legacy of Conquest, Colonisation, and Commerce. Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff, 2009.
Nafziger, James A. and Ann M. Nicgorski, eds. 2010. Cultural heritage issues: The legacy of conquest, colonization, and commerce. Papers presented at a conference held at Willamette Univ. on 12–14 October 2006. Leiden, The Netherlands: Martinus Nijhoff.
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National Implementation of International Court Decisions, in Max Planck Encyclopedia of Comparative Law, No. 0583 (2018). Foreign Cultural Heritage Claims: New Zealand v. Ortiz Thirty Years Later, with Robert K. Peterson, in For the Sake of Present and Future Generations: Essays on International Law, Crime and Justice in Honour of Roger S. Clark, (Linton, Simpson and Schabas, ed. (2015).
Ann M. Nicgorski, Willamette University, Art History Department, Faculty Member. Studies Art History, Archaeology, and Christian Iconography. Cultural Heritage Issues: The Legacy of Conquest, Colonization and Commerce (Published 2009). Publisher: Eds. Nicgorski and James Nafziger. Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers/Brill Academic, 2009, i-xxii, 466 pages. Publication Date: 2009. Articles and Exhibition Brochures. William Christmas Knighton (1867-1938) more. Publication Date: 2019.
The legacy of conquest, colonialization, and commerce looms large in defining and explaining these threats.