Sunday, April 8, 2012

Kimberly L. Alderman on Cultural Property Law

Selected Works of Kimberly L. Alderman
Kimberly Alderman is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Frank J. Remington
Center, supervising students in the Criminal Appeals Project (CAP) and the Legal
Assistance to Institutionalized Persons Project (LAIP). She also teaches a Cultural
Property Law seminar course and an Art Transactions skills course. 

International Law

The Designation of West Bank Mosques as Israeli National Heritage Sites: Using the 1954 Hague Convention to Protect Against in Situ Cultural Appropriation, Creighton Law Review (2011)
This Article considers whether the 1954 Hague Convention for the Protection of Cultural Property in...
High Seas Shipwreck Pits Treasure Hunters Against a Sovereign Nation: The Black Swan Case, American Society of International Law Cultural Heritage and Arts Review (2010)
A critical discussion of the recovery and ongoing litigation over what are believed to be...

Cultural Property Law

Honor Amongst Thieves: Organized Crime and the Illicit Antiquities Trade, Indiana Law Review (2012)
Government agencies, non-profits, scholars, and advocacy groups alike assert that organized crime dominates the illicit...
The Human Right to Cultural Property, Michigan Journal of International Law (2011)
Ancient and historical objects and sites are designated “cultural property” because the property model has...
Ethical Issues in Cultural Property Law Pertaining to Indigenous Peoples, Idaho Law Review (2009)
In this article, I use the 5Ps Framework for Ethical Problem Solving to begin meaningful...
The Ethical Trade in Cultural Property: Ethics and Law in the Antiquity Auction Industry, ILSA Journal of International and Comparative Law (2008)
This article considers from an ethical perspective the role that auction houses play as facilitators...

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