Table of contents for Who owns the past? : cultural policy, cultural property, and the law / Kate Fitz Gibbon, editor.

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	11	Preface
	13	Acknowledgments
	15	Introduction
I. THE LAWS
	25	Chronology of Cultural Property Legislation
kate fitz gibbon
	33	Cultural Property, Congress, the Courts, and Customs: 
The Decline and Fall of the Antiquities Market?
william g. pearlstein
	57	Indian Givers
stephen vincent
	69	Immunity from Seizure
rebecca noonan
	81	A Tale of Two Innocents: The Rights of Former Owners and Good-Faith Purchasers of Stolen Art 
ashton hawkins, richard a. rothman, judith church 
	95	The Schiele Matter 
stephen w. clark
	109	The Trial of the Sevso Treasure: What a Nation Will Do 
in the Name of Its Heritage
leo v. gagion, harvey kurzweil, 
ludovic de walden
	123	The Art Market in the UK and REcent Developments in 
British Cultural Policy 
anthony browne, pierre valentin
	135	The Elgin Marbles
kate fitz gibbon 
	149	The Hazards of Common Law Adjudication 
jeremy g. epstein
II. COLLECTING AND THE TRADE
	159	Collecting Ancient Art: A Historical Perspective 
margaret ellen mayo
	169	Museums, Antiquities, Cultural Property, and the US Legal Framework for Making Acquisitions 
james cuno
	185	The Expert and The Object 
ronald d. spencer
	191	Building American Museums, The Role of the Private Collector
shelby white
	205	Editor's Note: The Illicit Trade-Fact or Fiction?
kate fitz gibbon
	209	The Antiquities Market: When, What, Where, Who, Why . . . 
and How Much? 
arielle kozloff
	217	Dealers Speak 
edited by peter marks
	227	ATADA-Building Ethical Consensus through Trade Organization 
ramona morris 
	233	A Modern Challenge to an Age-Old Pursuit: Can Cultural Patrimony Claims and Coin Collecting 
Coexist? 
peter k. tompa, ann m. brose
III. ART IN PERIL
	249	Archaeology and the Art Market 
clemency chase coggins 
	259	Observations of a Combatant 
clemency chase coggins 
	267	Art in Jeopardy 
andrew solomon
	275	Improving the Odds: Preservation through Distribution 
andr? emmerich
	283	Subsistence Diggers
david matsuda
IV. THE UNIVERSAL MUSEUM
	297	A Licit International Trade in Cultural Objects 
john henry merryman
	319	Alternatives to Embargo 
kate fitz gibbon
	333	The Kathmandu Valley Preservation Trust 
erich theophile, cynthia rosenfeld
	341	The Acquisition and Ownership of Antiquities in Today's 
Age of Transition
emma bunker 
	349	Conclusion: Museums at the Center of Public Policy 
accp editorial board
V. APPENDICES AND LINKS
	361	Appendix 1: Japan's Protection of Its Cultural Heritage-A Model
	371	Appendix 2: Cultural Property Information Resources
	377	Contributors
	385	Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Collectors and collecting -- History.
Cultural property -- Protection -- International cooperation.
Intellectual property.
Material culture.
Museums -- Acquisitions.
Antiquities -- Collection and preservation.
Art and state.
Culture and law.
Cultural policy.