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UCL's Cultural Property Conference exploring the legal implications and ethical standards involved in the use of cultural property in higher education teaching and research. Speakers of international standing address a range of legal and ethical issues involved in the use of cultural property as a resource for research, teaching and public engagement. They include:* Dr Adriano Aymonino (Commission for Looted Art in Europe) 'Collision, Continuity and Complicity: Academic Authority and the International Art Market'* Professor Lawrence Rothfield (University of Chicago) 'Looting of Antiquities and the International Market: Academic Rights, Responsibilities and Obligations'* Professor Michael Worton (Vice Provost, UCL) 'An Introduction to the UCL Inquiry Report'* Sally MacDonald (Director of Museums and Collections, UCL) 'Introduction to UCL's Cultural Property Policy and Guidelines'* Dr Bernadette Lynch (freelance analyst, lecturer and writer on museology) 'Beyond the object: ethics of engagement'

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Cultural Property Conference - Michael Worton

An Introduction to the UCL Inquiry Report Professor Michael Worton (Vice Provost, UCL) Paper given at the UCL Cultural Property Conference 18 September 2009. An introduction to the report by Freeman, MacDonald and Renfrew 2009: Inquiry into the legal, ethical and professional considerations involved in the acquisition and receipt of cultural property by UCL.

15 min2010 SEP 3
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Cultural Property Conference - Michael Worton

Cultural Property Conference - Professor Lawrence Rothfield

Looting of Antiquities and the International Market: Academic Rights, Responsibilities and Obligations Professor Lawrence Rothfield (University of Chicago) Paper given at the UCL Cultural Property Conference 18 September 2009. This presentation discusses the responsibilities of academics and university leaders regarding archaeology and preventing the illicit trade in antiquities.

28 min2009 OCT 15
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Cultural Property Conference - Professor Lawrence Rothfield

Cultural Property Conference - Sally MacDonald

Introduction to UCL's Cultural Property Policy and Guidelines Sally MacDonald (Director of Museums and Collections, UCL) Paper given at the UCL Cultural Property Conference 18 September 2009. Following the recommendations of the UCL Inquiry, UCL has approved an institution wide cultural property policy, and a set of online guidelines to support staff and students who work with cultural property. These are available at www.ucl.ac.uk/cultural-property.

10 min2009 OCT 15
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Cultural Property Conference - Sally MacDonald

Cultural Property Conference - Bernadette Lynch

Dr Bernadette Lynch (freelance analyst, lecturer and writer on museology) 'Beyond the object: ethics of engagement'

24 min2009 OCT 15
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Cultural Property Conference - Bernadette Lynch

Cultural Property Conference - Dr Adriano Aymonino

Collision, Continuity and Complicity: Academic Authority and the International Art Market Dr Adriano Aymonino (Commission for Looted Art in Europe) Paper given at the UCL Cultural Property Conference 18 September 2009. This presentation focuses on the the ethical responsibilities of scholars regarding the acquisition and publication of art objects and the way in which scholars may give academic respectability to art objects of dubious provenance.

23 min2009 OCT 15
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Cultural Property Conference - Dr Adriano Aymonino
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Latest Episodes

Cultural Property Conference - Michael Worton

An Introduction to the UCL Inquiry Report Professor Michael Worton (Vice Provost, UCL) Paper given at the UCL Cultural Property Conference 18 September 2009. An introduction to the report by Freeman, MacDonald and Renfrew 2009: Inquiry into the legal, ethical and professional considerations involved in the acquisition and receipt of cultural property by UCL.

15 min2010 SEP 3
Comments
Cultural Property Conference - Michael Worton

Cultural Property Conference - Professor Lawrence Rothfield

Looting of Antiquities and the International Market: Academic Rights, Responsibilities and Obligations Professor Lawrence Rothfield (University of Chicago) Paper given at the UCL Cultural Property Conference 18 September 2009. This presentation discusses the responsibilities of academics and university leaders regarding archaeology and preventing the illicit trade in antiquities.

28 min2009 OCT 15
Comments
Cultural Property Conference - Professor Lawrence Rothfield

Cultural Property Conference - Sally MacDonald

Introduction to UCL's Cultural Property Policy and Guidelines Sally MacDonald (Director of Museums and Collections, UCL) Paper given at the UCL Cultural Property Conference 18 September 2009. Following the recommendations of the UCL Inquiry, UCL has approved an institution wide cultural property policy, and a set of online guidelines to support staff and students who work with cultural property. These are available at www.ucl.ac.uk/cultural-property.

10 min2009 OCT 15
Comments
Cultural Property Conference - Sally MacDonald

Cultural Property Conference - Bernadette Lynch

Dr Bernadette Lynch (freelance analyst, lecturer and writer on museology) 'Beyond the object: ethics of engagement'

24 min2009 OCT 15
Comments
Cultural Property Conference - Bernadette Lynch

Cultural Property Conference - Dr Adriano Aymonino

Collision, Continuity and Complicity: Academic Authority and the International Art Market Dr Adriano Aymonino (Commission for Looted Art in Europe) Paper given at the UCL Cultural Property Conference 18 September 2009. This presentation focuses on the the ethical responsibilities of scholars regarding the acquisition and publication of art objects and the way in which scholars may give academic respectability to art objects of dubious provenance.

23 min2009 OCT 15
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Cultural Property Conference - Dr Adriano Aymonino
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