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Table of Contents
|Preface to the Second Edition||p. xv|
|Preface to the First Edition||p. xxi|
|Introduction A Philosophical Perspective on the Ethics and Resolution of Cultural Properties Issues||p. 1|
|Ancestral Sites, Shrines, and Graves: Native American Perspectives on the Ethics of Collecting Cultural Properties||p. 27|
|Profiteers and Public Archaeology: Antiquities Trafficking in Arkansas||p. 39|
|The Battle for the Maya Past: the Effects of International Looting and Collecting in Belize||p. 51|
|Considering the Perspective of the Victim: the Antiquities of Nepal||p. 61|
|The Murals of Teotihuacán: a Case Study of Negotiated Restitution||p. 73|
|The Cultural Stewardship Question: Looking for Options||p. 91|
|The Museum and Cultural Property: the Transformation of Institutional Ethics||p. 93|
|Collecting Pre-Columbian Art||p. 103|
|International Control Efforts: Are There Any Good Solutions?||p. 117|
|U.S. Implementation of the Unesco Cultural Property Convention||p. 129|
|Cultural Property Regulations: Perceptions and Conditions||p. 153|
|From the Collector's Perspective: the Legality of Importing Pre-Columbian Art and Artifacts||p. 155|
|What is "Stolen"? the Mcclain Case Revisited||p. 177|
|The Need for Enforcing Regulations on the International Art Trade||p. 185|
|Cultural Property and National Sovereignty||p. 199|
|Working Out Differences: Round Table and Conclusion||p. 215|
|Highlights of a Round Table Discussion and Some Recent Developments in the Cultural Heritage Arena||p. 217|
|Conclusion: Working Together to Preserve Our Past||p. 243|
|Some Domestic and International Laws and Regulations and Their Enforcers||p. 275|
|Codes of Ethics||p. 283|
|Some Organizations and Resources Related to Archaeology and Cultural Heritage Issues||p. 287|
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