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Intersections in international cultural heritage law, edited by Anne-Marie Carstens, Elizabeth Varner

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Intersections in international cultural heritage law
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Intersections in international cultural heritage law
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edited by Anne-Marie Carstens, Elizabeth Varner
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Language
eng
Summary
This edited volume explores key issues of cultural heritage protection that have developed at the intersection between international cultural heritage law and other areas of public international law, such as the law of armed conflict, international and transnational criminal law, and the United Nations system
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Oxford Scholarship Online
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index present
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K3791
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.I58 2020 ONLINE
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non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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1974-
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  • Carstens, Anne-Marie
  • Varner, Elizabeth Chantale,
Series statement
Cultural heritage law and policy
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  • Cultural property
  • Cultural property
Label
Intersections in international cultural heritage law, edited by Anne-Marie Carstens, Elizabeth Varner
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unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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online resource
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  • cr
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rdacarrier
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multicolored
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text
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  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • p. p. 9.
  • An Alternative Approach: Treating Illegal Movement of Cultural Objects as an International or Transnational Crime
  • p. p. 165.
  • III.
  • The United Nations System and the Protection of Cultural Heritage
  • 7.
  • The Role of UNESCO in the Elaboration and Implementation of International Art, Cultural Property, and Heritage Law
  • p. p. 183.
  • Guido Carducci
  • I.
  • The Main UNESCO Conventions
  • I.
  • p. p. 183.
  • III.
  • Interactions with International Law
  • p. p. 185.
  • IV The Role of UNESCO
  • p. p. 186.
  • V.
  • UNESCO's Role in the Elaboration of International Cultural Property and Heritage Law
  • p. p. 189.
  • VI.
  • The Law of Armed Conflict and the Protection of Cultural Heritage
  • Implementation of International Cultural Property and Heritage Law
  • p. p. 199.
  • 8.
  • The UN Security Council, the Human Rights Council, and the Protection of Cultural Heritage: A Matter of Peace and Security, Human Rights, or Both?
  • p. p. 202.
  • Kristin Hausler
  • I.
  • The Destruction of Cultural Heritage Before the Human Rights Council
  • p. p. 206.
  • II.
  • 1.
  • The UN Security Council and Cultural Heritage
  • p. p. 215.
  • 9.
  • The International Court of Justice and Cultural Heritage: International Cultural Heritage Law Through the Lens of World Court Jurisprudence?
  • p. p. 223.
  • Gabriele Gagliani
  • I.
  • The ICJ, International Law, and Cultural Heritage: Customary Rights and Sovereignty
  • p. p. 224.
  • II.
  • The Disposition of Movable Cultural Heritage
  • Cultural Heritage and the Environment
  • p. p. 230.
  • III.
  • Cultural Heritage and the Obligation to Cooperate
  • p. p. 233.
  • IV.
  • The ICJ and Cultural Heritage: Is There any Jurisprudential Cross-Fertilization?
  • p. p. 238.
  • IV.
  • Special Legal Regimes for World Cultural Heritage and Underwater Cultural Heritage
  • p. p. 17.
  • 10.
  • The World Heritage Convention and the Law of State Responsibility: Promises and Pitfalls
  • p. p. 247.
  • Lucas Lixinski and Vassilis P Tzevelekos
  • I.
  • Features of the World Heritage Convention Important for State Responsibility Purposes: Collective Enforcement, State Fault, and Special Rules
  • p. p. 249.
  • II.
  • Factors Undermining the Effectiveness of State Responsibility within the World Heritage Regime
  • p. p. 255.
  • Patty Gerstenblith
  • III.
  • Moving Beyond Territoriality: Multiple Duty Bearers and Concurrent Responsibility
  • p. p. 261.
  • 11.
  • Nested Boxes: Tangible Cultural Heritage and Environmental Protection in Light of Climate Change
  • p. p. 267.
  • Ottavio Quirico
  • I.
  • A Basic Taxonomy
  • p. p. 270.
  • I.
  • II.
  • Regulatory Intersections
  • p. p. 272.
  • IV.
  • An Integrated Approach
  • p. p. 285.
  • 12.
  • The 2001 UNESCO Convention on the Protection of the Underwater Cultural Heritage and Its Principles Relating to the Recovery and Disposition of Material from Shipwrecks
  • p. p. 293.
  • Sarah Dromgoole
  • The Hague Convention Regime and the Law of Armed Conflict
  • I.
  • 2001 UNESCO Convention
  • p. p. 295.
  • II.
  • Difficulties in the Application of the 2001UCH Convention's Recovery and Disposition Provisions to Shipwrecks and Shipwreck Assemblages
  • p. p. 305.
  • V.
  • Intersections of International, National, and Community Interests in Cultural Heritage
  • 13.
  • Bridging the Gap Between International Human Rights and International Cultural Heritage Law Instruments: A Functions Approach
  • p. p. 20.
  • p. p. 319.
  • Vanessa Tünsmeyer
  • I.
  • The Functions of Heritage Approach
  • p. p. 322.
  • II.
  • Heritage Functions and Their Application to Human Rights
  • p. p. 331.
  • 14.
  • Developments Concerning Immunity from Seizure for Cultural State Property on Loan
  • Intersections in Public International Law for Protecting Cultural Heritage Law: Past, Present, and Future
  • II.
  • p. p. 343.
  • Nout van Woudenberg
  • I.
  • UN Convention on Jurisdictional Immunities of States and Their Property
  • p. p. 344.
  • II.
  • Declaration on Jurisdictional Immunities of State-Owned Cultural Property
  • p. p. 346.
  • III.
  • ILA Initiative to Come to a Convention for all Cultural Property on Loan
  • Regulation of International Movement of Cultural Objects
  • p. p. 348.
  • IV.
  • United States Foreign Cultural Exchange Jurisdictional Immunity Clarification Act
  • p. p. 351.
  • V.
  • Newly Developed Legislation in Regard to Immunity from Seizure for Cultural Objects on Loan
  • p. p. 357.
  • 15.
  • Nationalism Versus Internationalism: New Perspectives Beyond State Sovereignty and Territoriality in the Protection of Cultural Heritage
  • p. p. 364.
  • p. p. 29.
  • Robert Peters
  • I.
  • The Principle of State Sovereignty and the Universal Value of Cultural Heritage
  • p. p. 366.
  • II.
  • Nationalism Versus Internationalism: What is Truly International?
  • p. p. 368.
  • III.
  • The Concepts of 'National Cultural Heritage' and 'Cultural Heritage of Humanity'
  • p. p. 370.
  • III.
  • IV.
  • Immovable Cultural Heritage
  • p. p. 371.
  • V.
  • Movable Cultural Heritage
  • p. p. 373
  • Remaining Questions
  • p. p. 43.
  • 2.
  • Comparing Interpretations of States' and Non-State Actors' Obligations Toward Cultural Heritage in Armed Conflict and Occupation: Military Manuals and the Law of War
  • p. p. 56.
  • Elizabeth Varner
  • p. p. 1.
  • I.
  • 'General Background'
  • p. p. 59.
  • II.
  • 'Principles'
  • p. p. 60.
  • III.
  • 'The Conduct of Hostilities'
  • p. p. 62.
  • IV.
  • Anne-Marie Carstens and Elizabeth Varner
  • 'Military Occupation'
  • p. p. 76.
  • V.
  • 'Non-International Armed Conflicts (NIAC)'
  • p. p. 78.
  • 3.
  • Military Intervention, the UN Security Council, and the Role of UNESCO: The Case of Mali
  • p. p. 82.
  • Sabine von Schorlemer
  • I.
  • I.
  • UNESCO Peacetime Support for the Preservation of Malian Cultural Heritage
  • p. p. 83.
  • II.
  • Threats to Malian Cultural Heritage (from 2011)
  • p. p. 85.
  • III.
  • The UNESCO Response, French Military Intervention, and the UN Security Council
  • p. p. 88.
  • IV.
  • Ongoing Problems
  • The Development of Intersections for International Cultural Heritage Law and Public International Law
  • p. p. 97.
  • V.
  • UNESCO's Role Concerning the Rehabilitation of the Malian Cultural Heritage
  • p. p. 98.
  • II.
  • Cultural Heritage-Based Offenses in International Criminal Law and in the International Legal Regime for Combatting Transnational Organized Crime
  • 4.
  • The Swinging Pendulum of Cultural Heritage Crimes in International Criminal Law
  • p. p. 109.
  • Anne-Marie Carstens
  • p. p. 3.
  • I.
  • The Swing Toward Codifying Cultural Heritage Crimes: The First World War through the Interwar Period
  • p. p. 113.
  • II.
  • The Swing Away from Codifying Cultural Heritage-Based Crimes: The Postwar Period and Cold War
  • p. p. 118.
  • III.
  • A New Era of International Criminal Tribunals, with Cultural Heritage Crimes: The 1980s through Today
  • p. p. 125.
  • 5.
  • II.
  • The Al Mahdi Case: From Punishing Perpetrators to Repairing Cultural Heritage Harm
  • p. p. 133.
  • Karolina Wierczynska and Andrzej Jakubowski
  • I.
  • Criminalizing and Prosecuting Cultural Heritage Crimes under International Law
  • p. p. 135.
  • II.
  • Cultural Heritage Crimes and the Issue of Reparations
  • p. p. 145.
  • III.
  • The Contemporary Intersections of International Cultural Heritage Law and Public International Law and Their Future Trajectory
  • Reparations Order in Al Mahdi: A New Avenue of International Criminal Justice?
  • p. p. 151.
  • 6.
  • Trafficking in Cultural Property: Where Cultural Heritage Law and the International Fight Against Transnational Organized Crime Coincide
  • p. p. 157.
  • Janet Blake
  • I.
  • The Cultural Heritage-Based Approach: Relevant Treaties
  • p. p. 160.
  • II.
Control code
1155808902
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unknown
Edition
First edition
Extent
1 online resource (xxxiii, 400 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780192585257
Level of compression
unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Quality assurance targets
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Reformatting quality
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Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1155808902
Label
Intersections in international cultural heritage law, edited by Anne-Marie Carstens, Elizabeth Varner
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • p. p. 9.
  • An Alternative Approach: Treating Illegal Movement of Cultural Objects as an International or Transnational Crime
  • p. p. 165.
  • III.
  • The United Nations System and the Protection of Cultural Heritage
  • 7.
  • The Role of UNESCO in the Elaboration and Implementation of International Art, Cultural Property, and Heritage Law
  • p. p. 183.
  • Guido Carducci
  • I.
  • The Main UNESCO Conventions
  • I.
  • p. p. 183.
  • III.
  • Interactions with International Law
  • p. p. 185.
  • IV The Role of UNESCO
  • p. p. 186.
  • V.
  • UNESCO's Role in the Elaboration of International Cultural Property and Heritage Law
  • p. p. 189.
  • VI.
  • The Law of Armed Conflict and the Protection of Cultural Heritage
  • Implementation of International Cultural Property and Heritage Law
  • p. p. 199.
  • 8.
  • The UN Security Council, the Human Rights Council, and the Protection of Cultural Heritage: A Matter of Peace and Security, Human Rights, or Both?
  • p. p. 202.
  • Kristin Hausler
  • I.
  • The Destruction of Cultural Heritage Before the Human Rights Council
  • p. p. 206.
  • II.
  • 1.
  • The UN Security Council and Cultural Heritage
  • p. p. 215.
  • 9.
  • The International Court of Justice and Cultural Heritage: International Cultural Heritage Law Through the Lens of World Court Jurisprudence?
  • p. p. 223.
  • Gabriele Gagliani
  • I.
  • The ICJ, International Law, and Cultural Heritage: Customary Rights and Sovereignty
  • p. p. 224.
  • II.
  • The Disposition of Movable Cultural Heritage
  • Cultural Heritage and the Environment
  • p. p. 230.
  • III.
  • Cultural Heritage and the Obligation to Cooperate
  • p. p. 233.
  • IV.
  • The ICJ and Cultural Heritage: Is There any Jurisprudential Cross-Fertilization?
  • p. p. 238.
  • IV.
  • Special Legal Regimes for World Cultural Heritage and Underwater Cultural Heritage
  • p. p. 17.
  • 10.
  • The World Heritage Convention and the Law of State Responsibility: Promises and Pitfalls
  • p. p. 247.
  • Lucas Lixinski and Vassilis P Tzevelekos
  • I.
  • Features of the World Heritage Convention Important for State Responsibility Purposes: Collective Enforcement, State Fault, and Special Rules
  • p. p. 249.
  • II.
  • Factors Undermining the Effectiveness of State Responsibility within the World Heritage Regime
  • p. p. 255.
  • Patty Gerstenblith
  • III.
  • Moving Beyond Territoriality: Multiple Duty Bearers and Concurrent Responsibility
  • p. p. 261.
  • 11.
  • Nested Boxes: Tangible Cultural Heritage and Environmental Protection in Light of Climate Change
  • p. p. 267.
  • Ottavio Quirico
  • I.
  • A Basic Taxonomy
  • p. p. 270.
  • I.
  • II.
  • Regulatory Intersections
  • p. p. 272.
  • IV.
  • An Integrated Approach
  • p. p. 285.
  • 12.
  • The 2001 UNESCO Convention on the Protection of the Underwater Cultural Heritage and Its Principles Relating to the Recovery and Disposition of Material from Shipwrecks
  • p. p. 293.
  • Sarah Dromgoole
  • The Hague Convention Regime and the Law of Armed Conflict
  • I.
  • 2001 UNESCO Convention
  • p. p. 295.
  • II.
  • Difficulties in the Application of the 2001UCH Convention's Recovery and Disposition Provisions to Shipwrecks and Shipwreck Assemblages
  • p. p. 305.
  • V.
  • Intersections of International, National, and Community Interests in Cultural Heritage
  • 13.
  • Bridging the Gap Between International Human Rights and International Cultural Heritage Law Instruments: A Functions Approach
  • p. p. 20.
  • p. p. 319.
  • Vanessa Tünsmeyer
  • I.
  • The Functions of Heritage Approach
  • p. p. 322.
  • II.
  • Heritage Functions and Their Application to Human Rights
  • p. p. 331.
  • 14.
  • Developments Concerning Immunity from Seizure for Cultural State Property on Loan
  • Intersections in Public International Law for Protecting Cultural Heritage Law: Past, Present, and Future
  • II.
  • p. p. 343.
  • Nout van Woudenberg
  • I.
  • UN Convention on Jurisdictional Immunities of States and Their Property
  • p. p. 344.
  • II.
  • Declaration on Jurisdictional Immunities of State-Owned Cultural Property
  • p. p. 346.
  • III.
  • ILA Initiative to Come to a Convention for all Cultural Property on Loan
  • Regulation of International Movement of Cultural Objects
  • p. p. 348.
  • IV.
  • United States Foreign Cultural Exchange Jurisdictional Immunity Clarification Act
  • p. p. 351.
  • V.
  • Newly Developed Legislation in Regard to Immunity from Seizure for Cultural Objects on Loan
  • p. p. 357.
  • 15.
  • Nationalism Versus Internationalism: New Perspectives Beyond State Sovereignty and Territoriality in the Protection of Cultural Heritage
  • p. p. 364.
  • p. p. 29.
  • Robert Peters
  • I.
  • The Principle of State Sovereignty and the Universal Value of Cultural Heritage
  • p. p. 366.
  • II.
  • Nationalism Versus Internationalism: What is Truly International?
  • p. p. 368.
  • III.
  • The Concepts of 'National Cultural Heritage' and 'Cultural Heritage of Humanity'
  • p. p. 370.
  • III.
  • IV.
  • Immovable Cultural Heritage
  • p. p. 371.
  • V.
  • Movable Cultural Heritage
  • p. p. 373
  • Remaining Questions
  • p. p. 43.
  • 2.
  • Comparing Interpretations of States' and Non-State Actors' Obligations Toward Cultural Heritage in Armed Conflict and Occupation: Military Manuals and the Law of War
  • p. p. 56.
  • Elizabeth Varner
  • p. p. 1.
  • I.
  • 'General Background'
  • p. p. 59.
  • II.
  • 'Principles'
  • p. p. 60.
  • III.
  • 'The Conduct of Hostilities'
  • p. p. 62.
  • IV.
  • Anne-Marie Carstens and Elizabeth Varner
  • 'Military Occupation'
  • p. p. 76.
  • V.
  • 'Non-International Armed Conflicts (NIAC)'
  • p. p. 78.
  • 3.
  • Military Intervention, the UN Security Council, and the Role of UNESCO: The Case of Mali
  • p. p. 82.
  • Sabine von Schorlemer
  • I.
  • I.
  • UNESCO Peacetime Support for the Preservation of Malian Cultural Heritage
  • p. p. 83.
  • II.
  • Threats to Malian Cultural Heritage (from 2011)
  • p. p. 85.
  • III.
  • The UNESCO Response, French Military Intervention, and the UN Security Council
  • p. p. 88.
  • IV.
  • Ongoing Problems
  • The Development of Intersections for International Cultural Heritage Law and Public International Law
  • p. p. 97.
  • V.
  • UNESCO's Role Concerning the Rehabilitation of the Malian Cultural Heritage
  • p. p. 98.
  • II.
  • Cultural Heritage-Based Offenses in International Criminal Law and in the International Legal Regime for Combatting Transnational Organized Crime
  • 4.
  • The Swinging Pendulum of Cultural Heritage Crimes in International Criminal Law
  • p. p. 109.
  • Anne-Marie Carstens
  • p. p. 3.
  • I.
  • The Swing Toward Codifying Cultural Heritage Crimes: The First World War through the Interwar Period
  • p. p. 113.
  • II.
  • The Swing Away from Codifying Cultural Heritage-Based Crimes: The Postwar Period and Cold War
  • p. p. 118.
  • III.
  • A New Era of International Criminal Tribunals, with Cultural Heritage Crimes: The 1980s through Today
  • p. p. 125.
  • 5.
  • II.
  • The Al Mahdi Case: From Punishing Perpetrators to Repairing Cultural Heritage Harm
  • p. p. 133.
  • Karolina Wierczynska and Andrzej Jakubowski
  • I.
  • Criminalizing and Prosecuting Cultural Heritage Crimes under International Law
  • p. p. 135.
  • II.
  • Cultural Heritage Crimes and the Issue of Reparations
  • p. p. 145.
  • III.
  • The Contemporary Intersections of International Cultural Heritage Law and Public International Law and Their Future Trajectory
  • Reparations Order in Al Mahdi: A New Avenue of International Criminal Justice?
  • p. p. 151.
  • 6.
  • Trafficking in Cultural Property: Where Cultural Heritage Law and the International Fight Against Transnational Organized Crime Coincide
  • p. p. 157.
  • Janet Blake
  • I.
  • The Cultural Heritage-Based Approach: Relevant Treaties
  • p. p. 160.
  • II.
Control code
1155808902
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
First edition
Extent
1 online resource (xxxiii, 400 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780192585257
Level of compression
unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1155808902

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