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Table of Contents The Contributors Preface & Acknowledgments Statements from Sponsoring Organizations The International Bar Association (IBA) Francis Neate The International Bar Association Emilio J. C´ardenas International Council of Museums (ICOM) Alissandra Cummins and John Zvereff International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS) Michael Petzet and James K. Reap INTRODUCTION Exploring and Establishing Links for a Balanced Art and Cultural Heritage Policy Barbara Hoffman PART I: INTERNATIONAL LEGAL TOOLS & VIEWPOINTS The Law of S´e: Linking the Spiritual and Material Alan Ereira The Obligation to Prevent and Avoid Destruction of Cultural Heritage: from Bamiyan to Iraq Francesco Francioni and Federico Lenzerini Beyond Bamiyan: Will the World Be Ready Next Time? James Cuno The Role of the Museum in Developing Heritage Policy Alissandra Cummins An Archaeologist's View of the Trade in Unprovenanced Antiquities Neil Brodie Reflexions on the Causes of Illicit Traffic in Cultural Property and Some Potential Cures Manus Brinkman The Growing Complexity of International Art Law : Conflict of Laws, Uniform Law, Mandatory Rules, UNSC Resolutions and EU Regulations Guido Carducci PART II: KEEPING CULTURE ALIVE: THE SOURCE NATION'S EFFORTS TO MANAGE, PROTECT AND PRESERVE HERITAGE RESOURCES Introduction toParts II&III: Cultural Rights, Cultural Property, and International Trade Management and Conservation of Guatemala's Cultural Heritage: A Challenge to Keep History Alive Juan Antonio Vald´es The Protection of Cultural Patrimony in Peru Jack Batievsky and Jorge Velarde Cultural Patrimony and Property Rights in Peru and Reflections on an Essay by Jack Batievsky Cs. Alberto Martorell-Carreÿno Putting the IFAR Cuzco Inventory to Work Frederic J. Truslow Cultural Property Legislation in Mexico: Past, Present and Future Norma Rojas Delgadillo The Protection of Cultural Heritage in Colombia Juan Carlos Uribe Chronological Overview of Developments in Bolivian and Latin American Cultural Heritage Legislation with a Special Emphasis on the Protection of Indigenous Culture Elizabeth Torres Illicit Traffic in Cultural Heritage in the Southern Cone: A Case Study Based on the Paraguayan Experience Oscar Centurion Frontanilla The Nigerian and African Experience on Looting and Trafficking in Cultural Objects Folarin Shyllon The Protection of Cultural Heritage Items in New Zealand Sir Ian Barker Angkor Sites, Cultural World Heritage K´erya Chau Sun PART III: INTERNATIONAL MOVEMENT OF ART AND CULTURAL PROPERTY: PERSPECTIVES OF THE "MARKET NATIONS" International Art Transactions and the Resolution of Art and Cultural Property Disputes: The United States Perspective Barbara Hoffman Hypothetical on the Enforcement of Export Prohibitions Comments on the Hypothetical on Enforcement of Export Prohibitions Richard Crewdson Excerpts from the Memoire, "Le Regime Juridique et Fiscal Francais des Importations et Exportations d'Oeuvres d'Art" Pearl Gourdon European Union Legislation The Illicit Trade in Cultural Objects: Recent Developments in the United Kingdom Adrian Parkhouse Summum ius suma iniuria -- Stolen Jewish Cultural Assets Under Legal Examination Peter Raue PART IV: PROTECTING THEWORLD'S HERITAGE: THE NA- TIONAL DIMENSION IN THE INTERNATIONAL CONTEXT World Heritage: Linking Biological and Cultural Diversity Dr. Mechtild R¿ossler Judicial Interpretations of theWorld Heritage Convention in the Australian Courts Matthew Peek and Dr Susan Reye Paris Down Under: World Heritage Impacts in Australia Jane L. Lennon The Cultural Landscape of the Agave and the Production of Tequila Ignacio Gomez Arriola and Dr. Francisco Javier Lopez Morales National Heritage Areas: Developing a New Conservation Strategy Brenda Barrett, Nancy I. M. Morgan, and Laura Soulli`ere Gates The United States and the World Heritage Convention James K. Reap Cultural Heritage Legislation: The Historic Centre of Old Havana Mar´ýa Margarita Su´arez Garc´ýa PART V: A CONSIDERATION OF CULTURAL AND NATURAL HERITAGE GUIDELINES APPLICABLE TO INFRA-STRUCTURE PROJECTS, MINING OPERATIONS AND THEIR FINANCING The World Bank's Policy on Physical and Cultural Resources Charles E. Di Leva BTC Pipeline Project and the Preservation of Cultural Heritage Gary Paulson Tale of Zeugma and the BÿIRECÿIK Project Dogíon Yaógiz The Impact of Cultural Resources Laws on the U.S. Mining Industry Robert Bassett Minimizing the environmental and cultural impacts of oil operations in emerging economies: Transnational oil companies and voluntary international environmental standards Alexandra Wawryk PART VI: WHO OWNS THE TITANIC'S TREASURES? PROTECTION OF THE UNDERWATER ARCHEOLOGICAL/ CULTURAL HERITAGE The 2001 UNESCO Convention on the Protection of the Underwater Cultural Heritage Tullio Scovazzi The Collision of Property Rights and Cultural Heritage; The Salvors' and Insurers' Viewpoints Forrest Booth Finders Keepers Losers Weepers -- Myth or Reality? An Australian Perspective on Historic Shipwrecks Derek Luxford The Shades of Harmony: Some Thoughts on the Different Contexts that Costal StatesFace as Regards the 2001 Underwater Cultural Heritage Convention Ariel W. Gonzales Underwater cultural heritage at risk: The case of the Dodington coins John Gribble and Craig Forrest PART VII: WHO OWNS TRADITIONAL KNOWLEDGE? Intellectual Property and the Protection of Traditional Knowledge and Cultural Expressions Wend B. Wendland Who Owns Traditional Knowledge: A personal and industry view Bo Hammer Jensen Protecting Moriori/Maori Heritage in New Zealand Maui Solomon Recent Developments in the Regulation of Traditional Herbal Medicines Zelda Pickup and Christopher Hodges Culture, Science and Indigenous Technology Hester du Plessis PART VIII: MUSEUMS AND CULTURAL HERITAGE The Universal Museum: A Special Case? Geoffrey Lewis Declaration on the Importance and Value of Universal Museums and Comments Thereon Dr. Peter Klaus-Schuster and Neil McGregor Africa and its Museums: Changing of Pathways? Mr. George H. O. Abungu The National Institute of Anthropology and History Mar´ýa del Perpetuo Socorro Villareal Escarrega How Much Provenance is Enough? Post-Schultz Guidelines for Art Museum Acquisition of Archaeological Materials and Ancient Art Ildiko DeAngelis Unfolding Intangible Cultural Property Rights in Tangible Collections: Developing Standards of Stewardship Gerald Singer Indigenous Cultural and Intellectual Property Rights: A Digital Library Context Robert Sullivan The Role of Museums Today: Tourism and Cultural Heritage Yani Herreman PART IX: CARING AND SHARING: INNOVATIVE SOLUTIONS & PARTNERSHIPS FOR NATURAL AND CULTURAL HERITAGE CONSERVATION Finding Solutions for Lost Cities: Indigenous Populations and Biological and Cultural Diversity Alvaro Soto Cultural Heritage Preservation: A National Trust Perspective Trevor A. Carmichael, QC Costa Rica's BiodiversityLaw, CulturalAndBiological Diversity: Searching For An Integral Approach Vivienne Sol´ýs Rivera and Patricia Madrigal Cordero Sharing and Caring Costa Rica's Legal Framework for the Sponsorship and Protection of Its Cultural Heritage Sara Castillo Vargas Financial Regulations Aiming to the Protection and Preservation of Cultural Heritage: Stimulating Measures and Tax Incentives in Spain Mar´ýa Rosa Su´arez-Incl´an Ducassi ARPAI: The Successful Intervention of Private Citizens in the Protection of Italy's Artistic and Archaeological Heritage Alida Tua PART X: CREATING VALUE: CONSIDERING ARBITRATION OR MEDIATION TO RESOLVE ART AND CULTURAL PROPERTY DISPUTES Arbitration of International Cultural Property Disputes: The Experience and Initiatives of the Permanent Court of Arbitration Brooks W. Daly Mediation as an Option for Resolving Disputes between Indigenous/Traditional Communities and Industry Concerning Traditional Knowledge Wend B. Wendland and J. Christian Wichard Thoughts of an Alternative Dispute Resolution Practitioner on an International ADR Regime for Repatriation of Cultural Property and Works of Art Sir Ian Barker Appendix About the Authors Index
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Cultural property -- Protection -- Law and legislation.