Art Antiquity and Law - General Index 1996 - 2014 - U

 

 

Topics covered:

Ukraine
UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
Underwater Cultural Heritage
UNESCO 1970 Convention
UNESCO 2001 Convention
UNESCO 2003 Convention
UNESCO Declarations
UNIDROIT
United Kingdom
United States




 

 

Ukraine 2014 XIX-1 Andrzej Jakubowski Black Sea Tomb Raiders and the Practice of Global Cultural Exchange: Revisiting the Ethics and Responsbility of Museums
UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples 2013 XVIII-4 Shea Esterli One Step Forward, Two Steps Back: The Restitution of Cultural Property in the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
Underwater Cultural Heritage 1997 II-2 Carla Shapreau Treasure Salvors Win a Victory in the Ninth Circuit (Deep Sea Research Inc v. the Brother Jonathan)
Underwater Cultural Heritage 1997 II-2 Sarah Dromgoole and Nick Gaskell Title to Wreck (Part I)
Underwater Cultural Heritage 1997 II-2 Sarah Dromgoole and Nick Gaskell Title to Wreck (Part II)
Underwater Cultural Heritage 1998 III-3 Carla Shapreau Federal Jurisdiction over U.S. Shipwrecks (California and State Lands Commission v. Deep Sea Research, Inc., 'Brother Jonathan')
Underwater Cultural Heritage 1999 IV-2 Sarah Dromgoole  Legal Protection of the Underwater Cultural Heritage: The United Kingdom Perspective
Underwater Cultural Heritage 2000 V-2 Paul Fletcher-Tomenius and Craig Forrest The Protection of the Underwater Cultural Heritage and the Challenge of UNCLOS
Underwater Cultural Heritage 2006 XI-2 Patrick O'Keefe Protection and International Collaboration: The Legal Framework of the UNESCO Convention on the Protection of the Underwater Cultural Heritage 2001
Underwater Cultural Heritage 2006 XI-4 Joel Gilman Historic Shipwreck Protection Law in Australia
Underwater Cultural Heritage 2011 XVI-1 Paul Stevenson A Titanic Struggle: One Possible Resolution of the Conflict between Preservation for the Public Good and Private Law Property Rights
Underwater Cultural Heritage 2013 XVIII-2 Patrick O'Keefe ‘Commercial Exploitation’: its Prohibition in the UNESCO Convention on Protection of the Underwater Cultural Heritage Convention 2001 and Other Instruments
Underwater Cultural Heritage 2014 XIX-2 Thijs J. Maarleveld The Notion of Verifiable Links in the 2001 UNESCO Convention on the Protection of the Underwater Cultural Heritage
Underwater Cultural Heritage 2014 XIX-3 Paul Stevenson Salvors Strike Gold off Florida’s ‘Treasure Coast’
UNESCO 1970 Convention 2001 VI-1 Patrick O'Keefe The Use of Criminal Offences in UNESCO Countries: Australia, Canada and the U.S.A.
UNESCO 1970 Convention 2002 VII-2 Roman Plutschow Will Switzerland Finally Ratify the UNESCO 1970 Convention?
UNESCO 1970 Convention 2002 VII-3 Kevin Chamberlain UK Accession to the 1970 UNESCO Convention
UNESCO 1970 Convention 2002 VII-4 Anthony Browne UNESCO and Unidroit: The Role of Conventions in Eliminating the Illicit Art Market
UNESCO 1970 Convention 2003 VIII-2 Toshiyuki Kono and Eriko Kani Japan's Measures for the Implementation of the 1970 UNESCO Convention
UNESCO 1970 Convention 2005 X-1 Craig Forrest The Protection of Cultural Heritage in South Africa, and its Implementation of the 1970 UNESCO Convention
UNESCO 1970 Convention 2005 X-4 Isabelle Fellrath Gazzini The Swiss Supreme Court Decides: India v. Credit Agricole Suisse
UNESCO 1970 Convention 2006 XI-1 Marja van Heese The Fight against Illicit Traffic in Cultural Goods: The Dutch Approach
UNESCO 1970 Convention 2009 XIV-4 Rhonda Schechter Preventing Pillage and Promoting Politics: the Dual Goals of the US-China Bilateral Agreement
UNESCO 1970 Convention 2010 XV-3 Nicole van der Horst The Dutch Ratification of UNESCO: Implementation Acts and the Protection of Cultural Property
UNESCO 1970 Convention 2014 XIX-4 Artemis Papathanassiou Monitoring the Implementation of the 1970 UNESCO Convention: Recent International and Quasi-Institutional Developments
UNESCO 2001Convention on Protection of the Underwater Cultural Heritage 2013 XVIII-2 Patrick O'Keefe ‘Commercial Exploitation’: its Prohibition in the UNESCO Convention on Protection of the Underwater Cultural Heritage Convention 2001 and Other Instruments
UNESCO 2001 Convention 2006 XI-2 Patrick O'Keefe Protection and International Collaboration: The Legal Framework of the UNESCO Convention on the Protection of the Underwater Cultural Heritage 2001
UNESCO 2003 Convention 2003 VIII-4 Janet Blake On Developing a New International Convention for Safeguarding Intangible Cultural Heritage
UNESCO World Heritage Convention 1997 II-2 Julia Simmonds UNESCO World Heritage Convention
UNESCO World Heritage Convention 2000 V-2 Toshiuko Kono The Significance of the Buffer Zone under the World Heritage Convention
UNESCO Declarations 2004 IX-3 Jan Hladik The UNESCO Declaration Concerning the International Destruction of Cultural Heritage
UNIDROIT 1998 III-1 Menno van Gaalen and Albert Verheij The Consequences for the Netherlands of the UNIDROIT Convention
UNIDROIT 1999 IV-2 Pierre Valentin The UNIDROIT Convention on the International Return of Stolen or Illegally Exported Cultural Objects
UNIDROIT 1999 IV-3 Pierre Lalive A Disturbing International Convention: UNIDROIT
UNIDROIT 2002 VII-1 David Walden Working 'Without' Unidroit: A Canadian Perspective
UNIDROIT 2002 VII-4 Anthony Browne UNESCO and Unidroit: The Role of Conventions in Eliminating the Illicit Art Market
UNIDROIT 2005 X-4 Isabelle Fellrath Gazzini The Swiss Supreme Court Decides: India v. Credit Agricole Suisse
UNIDROIT 2009 XIV-3 Lyndel Prott Ten years in force – the UNIDROIT Convention on Stolen or Illegally Exported Cultural Objects
UNIDROIT 2012 XVII-2 Folarin Shyllon Why African States Must Embrace the 1995 UNIDROIT Convention
United Kingdom 2002 VII-3 Kevin Chamberlain UK Accession to the 1970 UNESCO Convention
United Kingdom 1999 IV-2 Sarah Dromgoole  Legal Protection of the Underwater Cultural Heritage: The United Kingdom Perspective
United Kingdom 2007 XII-4 Daniel Thomas The Relationship between Obscenity Law and Contemporary Art in the United Kingdom, the United States and Other Jurisdictions
United Kingdom 2009 XIV-1 Vivian F. Wang Deductions and Donations: Tax Policy as a Manifestation of Attitudes About Art in the United States, United Kingdom and Canada
United States 2004 IX-4 Carolyn Shelbourn Presidents and Preservation: The US Antiquities Act of 1906
United States 2004 IX-4 Barbara Hoffman Copyright and the First Amendment: Defining the Delicate Balance
United States 2001 VI-1 Patrick O'Keefe The Use of Criminal Offences in UNESCO Countries: Australia, Canada and the U.S.A.
United States 2003 VIII-4 Martha Lufkin Criminal Liability for Receiving State-Claimed Antiquities in the United States: The 'Schultz' Case
United States 2006 XI-1 Katherine Jane Hurst The Empty(ing) Museum: Why a 2001 Agreement between the United States and Italy is Ineffective in Balancing the Interests of the Source Nation with the Benefits of Museum Display
United States 2007 XII-4 Daniel Thomas The Relationship between Obscenity Law and Contemporary Art in the United Kingdom, the United States and Other Jurisdictions
United States 2007 XII-4 Lauren Redman Orkin v. Taylor – A Satisfying Solution to a Dispute over a Van Gogh or a Blow for Holocaust Art Restitution Claims in United States Federal Court?
United States 2008 XIII-1 Lauren Redman The Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act
United States 2009 XIV-1 Vivian F. Wang Deductions and Donations: Tax Policy as a Manifestation of Attitudes About Art in the United States, United Kingdom and Canada
United States 2009 XIV-4 Rhonda Schechter Preventing Pillage and Promoting Politics: the Dual Goals of the US-China Bilateral Agreement
United States 2012 XVII-1 Jhiela C. Mirdamadi  Too Little, Too Late: Dunbar v. Seger-Thomschitz and the Ongoing Challenge Posed by Prescriptive periods in Holocaust-Era Art and Cultural Property Restitution Matters
United States 1998 III-1 Peter DC Mason US Court Issues Important Ruling on Antiquities (US v. An Antique Platter of Gold, known as a Gold - Steinhardt)
United States 1999 IV-4 Stephen Weil The American Legal Response to the Problem of Holocaust Art
United States 2007 XII-3 Carolyn Shelbourn Protecting Archaeological Resources in the United States: Some Lessons in Law and Practice for England?
United States 2014 XIX-1 Mia Logan Limiting Access to Art in Hopes of Decreased Cultural Property Destruction: An Assessment of the United States and China’s Memorandum of Understanding for 2014
United States 2002 VII-2 Malcolm Bell III Italian Antiquities in America