Table of contents for Cultural appropriation and the arts / James O. Young.

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	Preface				 vi
Chapter One: What is Cultural Appropriation?
Art, Culture and Appropriation	1
Types of Cultural Appropriation	7
What is a Culture?	14
Objections to Cultural Appropriation	27
In Praise of Cultural Appropriation	42
Chapter Two: The Aesthetics of Cultural Appropriations
An Aesthetic Handicap?	51
The Cultural Experience Argument	55
Aesthetic Properties and Cultural Context	65
Authenticity and Appropriation	69
Authentic Appropriation	73
Cultural Experience and Subject Appropriation	87
Appropriation and the Authentic Expression of a Culture	94
Chapter Three: Cultural Appropriation as Theft
Harm by Theft	101
Possible Owners of Artworks	103
Cultures and Inheritance	108
Lost and Abandoned Property	112
Cultural Property and Traditional Law	117
Collective Knowledge and Collective Property	124
Ownership of Land and Ownership of Art	133
Property and Value to a Culture	138
Cultures and Intellectual Property	146
Some Conclusions about Ownership and Appropriation	153
The Rescue Argument	160
Chapter Four: Cultural Appropriation as Assault
Other Forms of Harm	169
Cultural Appropriation and Harmful Misrepresentation	170
Harm and Accurate Representation	180
Cultural Appropriation and Economic Opportunity	182
Cultural Appropriation and Assimilation	187
Art, Insignia and Cultural Identity	191
Cultural Appropriation and Privacy	198
Chapter Five: Profound Offence and Cultural Appropriation
Harm, Offence and Profound Offence	205
Examples of Offensive Cultural Appropriation	208
The Problem and the Key to its Solution	212
Social Value and Offensive Art	214
Freedom of Expression	216
The Sacred and the Offensive	221
Time and Place Restrictions	224
Toleration of Offensive Art	227
Reasonable and Unreasonable Offence	229
Conclusion: Responding to Cultural Appropriation
Summing Up	237
Supporting Minority Artists	240
Envoy	244
Bibliography	248

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Arts and society.
Arts -- Moral and ethical aspects.
Cultural property.