By Janet Blake
This ebook presents a accomplished evaluate of the improvement of overseas cultural history legislation and coverage on the grounds that 1945. It units out the overseas (including neighborhood) legislations at the moment governing the security and safeguarding of cultural historical past in peace time, in addition to foreign cultural policy-making. as well as reading the correct criminal frameworks, it makes a speciality of the wider coverage and different contexts during which and in line with which this legislations has constructed.
Following this strategy, awareness is paid to: introducing foreign cultural background legislation and its position in overseas legislation in general; illicit excavation and the unlawful alternate in archaeological reveals; safety of underwater cultural historical past; the connection among cultural history and the surroundings; intangible facets of historical past and their safeguarding; cultural history as conventional wisdom and creativity; neighborhood techniques to security; and human rights matters with regards to cultural background. furthermore, newly-emerging subject matters and demanding situations are addressed, together with the connection among cultural historical past and sustainable improvement and the gender dynamics of cultural background.
Providing either an ideal creation to cultural history legislation and deeper mirrored image on its demanding situations, this e-book will be necessary for college students, students, and practitioners within the field.
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Fresh water and 62 According to Francesco Francioni, ‘Preamble’, in The 1972 World Heritage Convention—A Commentary edited by Francesco Francioni (with the assistance of Federico Lenzerini) (Oxford University Press, 2006) pp 11–21 at p 20, the Global Strategy of the 1990s led to a dynamic interpretation of ‘universality’ and contains an evident anthropological dimension of cultural heritage, as opposed to a purely aesthetic and monumental art history approach. 63 Janet Blake, Commentary on the 2003 UNESCO Convention on the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage (UK: Institute of Art and Law, 2006) at p 20.
86 William S Logan, ‘Cultural Diversity, Cultural Heritage and Human Rights: Towards Heritage Management as Human Rights-based Cultural Practice’, International Journal of Heritage Studies—Special Issue on World Heritage and Human Rights: Preserving our Common Dignity through Rights Based Approaches, vol 18, no 3 (2012): pp 231–44. 87 Lynn Meskell, ‘Introduction: Archaeology Matters’, in Archaeology Under Fire edited by Lynn Meskell (London: Routledge, 1998) pp 1–12 at p 8 notes ‘the contradictory tendencies of globalisation and localisation existing side by side’.
63 Cultural heritage as universal heritage All the post-War cultural heritage treaties express this notion, either explicitly or implicitly, as the basis for international cooperation over its protection. The 1954 ‘Hague’ Convention on the protection of cultural property in armed conflict,64 the first of these treaties, notes that ‘damage to cultural property belonging to any people whatsoever means damage to the cultural heritage of all mankind’,65 thus suggesting a general duty on all States to ensure its protection in wartime.
International Cultural Heritage Law by Janet Blake