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Heritage of Law: McClain at Forty-Five

By Kelly Cannici  Forty-five years after the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals decided United States v. McClain,[1] the case remains a towering presence in U.S....

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“The Rosa Parks of NAGPRA”

Used with permission, University of Iowa Office of the State Archaeologist By Alexis Redshaw In 1971, Maria Pearson (Running Moccasins) would learn shocking information from...

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Artist Feature Series: In Conversation with Miriam “Molly” Dougenis

Miriam “Molly” Dougenis is an award-winning figurative artist who has been working in watercolor since the early part of her art career. Molly’s artwork has...

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31 Years of NAGPRA: Evaluating the Restitution of Native American Ancestral Remains and Belongings

By Christopher Zheng. Whether it is land stolen under coercive treaties or looted belongings displayed in museums, the United States’ relationship with Native American tribes...

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It’s Not That Easy: Artist Resale Royalty Rights and The ART Act

By Laurel Wickersham Salisbury. The discussion of droit de suite, or resale royalty rights for visual artists, across the globe continues to be of interest...

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How do you solve a problem like Gurlitt?

By Irina Tarsis As Hollywood is celebrating the 50th Anniversary of "The Sound of Music," set in Salzburg, Austria and the public release of "Woman...

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New Cultural Heritage & the Arts Interest Group

The first panel with ASIL will be held on March 26, 2010, 2:30-4:00PM at the ASIL Annual Meeting at the Ritz-Carlton in Washington DC. The...

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