Concerns domestic and International regulation of property that expresses group identity and experience. Organized around traditional categories of property (real, personal, and intellectual), the course covers historic preservation, archaeological resources, art and museum law, with attention to indigenous people’s advocacy on burial sites, traditional lands, ceremonies, music, symbols, ethnobotany, genetic information, and language. May satisfy upper-level writing requirement.
Meeting Times & Locations:
||1:00 PM - 2:15 PM
Syllabus: Fall 2011 Cultural Property Syllabus.pdf
First Assignment: Fall 2011 Cultural Property First Assignments.pdf