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International trade in indigenous and cultural heritage : Legal and policy issues.

By: Contributor(s): Publication details: Cheltenham : Edward elgar, 2012.Description: 576 p. : Illustrations ; 24 cmISBN:
  • 0857938304
  • 9780857938305
Subject(s): DDC classification:
  • 305.80
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Machine generated contents note: pt. I METHODOLOGY AND SOCIAL CONTEXT -- 1.Stimulating trade and development of indigenous cultural heritage by means of international law: issues of legitimacy and method / Christoph B. Graber -- 2.Indigenous self-government, cultural heritage and international trade: a sociological perspective / Duane Champagne -- pt. II INTERNATIONAL LAW PERSPECTIVES -- 3.International indigenous and human rights law in the context of trade in indigenous cultural heritage / Federico Lenzerini -- 4.Finding space in the margins? Recognising the rights of indigenous peoples in the WTO / Fiona Macmillan -- 5.Attempts to protect indigenous culture through free trade agreements / Susy Frankel -- 6.Intellectual property rights in indigenous cultural heritage: basic concepts and continuing controversies / Christoph Antons -- 7.International trade in indigenous cultural heritage: an IP practitioners' perspective / Benny Muller --

Contents note continued: 8.Are they in or are they out? Traditional cultural expressions and the public domain: implications for trade / Brigitte Vezina -- 9.International trade in indigenous cultural heritage: an argument for indigenous governance of cultural property / Rebecca Tsosie -- 10.International trade in moveable tangible cultural heritage of indigenous peoples: a European perspective / Kurt Siehr -- 11.Indigenous cultural heritage in development and trade: perspectives from the dynamics of cultural heritage law and policy / Joseph F. Turcotte -- 12.International trade in indigenous cultural heritage: comments from UNESCO in light of its international standard-setting instruments in the field of culture / Francesco Bandarin -- pt. III COUNTRY REPORTS (UNITED STATES, CANADA, AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND) -- 13.A United States perspective on the protection of indigenous cultural heritage / Carole E. Goldberg --

Contents note continued: 14.Ownership and trade of aboriginal cultural heritage in Canada / Catherine Bell -- 15.International trade in indigenous cultural heritage: an Australian perspective / Kathy Bowrey -- 16.A New Zealand perspective on the protection of matauranga Maori (traditional knowledge) / Susy Frankel -- pt. IV CONCLUSIONS -- 17.The trade and development of indigenous cultural heritage: completing the picture and a possible way forward / Jessica C. Lai.

This topical book brings to the fore new and standard-setting research into the connection between indigenous cultural heritage, international trade and economic development of indigenous peoples. Australian and New Zealand content.

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