Frontiers of Cultural Heritage Law

In this book James Nafziger covers emerging topics of cultural heritage law, a relatively new landmark in the field of both national and international law. His primary focus is on the frontiers identified and developed by the numerous work products of the International Law Association's Committee on Cultural Heritage Law, expanded and updated by some of his own writings. The construction of cultural heritage law is a good example of transnationalism at work, combining national initiatives with diplomacy, UNESCO and other intergovernmental agreements, international custom, and non-governmental initiatives such as the ILA committee's own contributions. These have included published studies, annotated principles and resolutions, draft treaties and a book focused on national practices in the international trade of cultural material. This volume concludes by briefly exploring current and future frontiers of a burgeoning range of topics that are central to many people's daily experiences and interests..

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James A.R. Nafziger is Thomas B. Stoel Professor of Law and Director of International Programs at the Williamette University College of Law as well as Honorary Professor of the East China University of Politics and Law. He is Vice Chair of the International Law Association and has also served as Chair of the Committee on Cultural Heritage Law. His extensive scholarship includes numerous books and articles on cultural law.
Scholars, students and practitioners will all find the numerous documents and commentary to be of interest, as both an engaging narrative of cutting-edge developments in cultural heritage law and an accessible reference work.