HEURIGHT Edited Volume

Jakubowski A., Hausler K., Fiorentini (eds), Cultural Heritage, Cultural Rights and the European Union – A Critical Inquiry (BRILL Studies in Intercultural Human Rights 2019) (c. xxv, 400 pp.) (forthcoming)

  • Foreword: European Heritage and the Future of Europe by Krzysztof Pomian
  • Introduction Andrzej Jakubowski, Kristin Hausler and Francesca Fiorentini

PART 1 Europe, the European Union and the Concept of Cultural Heritage

  • 1 Conceptions of a Shared, Common or European Heritage in the Emerging Heritage Diplomacy of the European Union, 1973–92 Cynthia Scott
  • 2 Europe’s Common Cultural Heritage, the European Union and International Law Andrzej Jakubowski
  • 3 Cultural Heritage and the EU: Legal Competences, Instrumental Policies, and the Search for a European Dimension Evangelia Psychogiopoulou
  • 4 The Single European Market and Cultural Heritage: The Protection of National Treasures in Europe Michele Graziadei and Barbara Pasa
  • 5 The ‘Right to Cultural Heritage’ in the European Union: A Tale of Two Courts  Mateusz Bieczyński

PART 2 Cultural Heritage and the European Union’s Economic and Social Development

  • 6 Exploring the Links between Culture, Cultural Heritage and Development. New Challenges for Cultural Indicators in the European Union Paola Monaco
  • 7 The Financing of Cultural Heritage: A Value Based Approach Arjo Klamer and Anna Mignosa
  • 8 Culture and Cultural Heritage in the Trade Agreements of the European Union: Current Trends of a Controversial Relationship Francesca Fiorentini
  • 9 Collections Mobility and Immunity From Seizure Nout van Woudenberg
  • 10 Cultural Heritage, Education and Research in the European Union Alicja Jagielska-Burduk

PART 3 Cultural Heritage and the European Union: New Frontiers

  • 11 The Cultural Heritage of Minorities and Indigenous Peoples in the EU: Weaknesses or Opportunities? Alexandra Xanthaki
  • 12 Migration, Cultural Heritage and Cultural Rights: A Critical Assessment of European Union Law and Policy Alessandro Chechi
  • 13 Intangible Cultural Heritage, Europe and the European Union – Dangerous Liaisons? Hanna Schreiber
  • 14 Cultural Heritage within the European Union’s External Relations: More than a Policy Objective? Kristin Hausler
  • 15 The Protection of Cultural Landscapes in the European Union Amy Strecker
  • 16 Digitisation. Towards a European Cultural Heritage? Ewa Manikowska

Final Conclusions Andrzej Jakubowski, Kristin Hausler and Francesca Fiorentini

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Special Issues of the Santander Art and Cultural Law Review

Schreiber H., Lixinski L., Jakubowski A., Jagielska-Burduk A. and Zalasińska K. (eds), ‘Intangible Cultural Heritage – Successes, Problems and Challenges 10 Years After the Entry into Force of the UNESCO 2003 Convention’ (2017) Santander Art and Cultural Law Review 3(2)

  • Jakubowski A., Jagielska-Burduk A. and Zalasińska K., ‘Editorial’, pp. 9-12
  • Lixinski L., and Schreiber H., ‘Guest Editorial: Intangible Cultural Heritage: Successes,Disappointments, and Challenges’, pp. 17-21
  • Cécile Duvelle talks to Hanna Schreiber and Lucas Lixinski ‘We Need to Make Synergies between the Conventions. This is the Next Step for UNESCO…’, pp. 21-32
  • Mechtild Rössler talks to Magdalena Marcinkowska Between Exclusion and Inclusion: On the Challenges Facing World Heritage Preservation Efforts’, pp. 33-40
  • Blake J., ‘From Traditional Culture and Folklore to Intangible Cultural Heritage: Evolution of a Treaty’, pp. 41-60
  • Skounti A., ‘The Intangible Cultural Heritage System: Many Challenges, Few Proposals’, pp. 61-76
  • Zalasińska K., ‘Building Bridges Between the 1972 and 2003 Conventions – Searching for an Integrated Protection of Cultural Heritage under UNESCO’s Cultural Conventions System’, pp. 77-90
  • Vaivade A., Wagener N., ‘National Laws Related to Intangible Cultural Heritage: Determining the Object of a Comparative Study’, pp. 91-108
  • Chainoglou K., ‘The Protection of Intangible Cultural Heritage in Armed Conflict: Dissolving the Boundaries Between the Existing Legal Regimes?’, pp. 109-134
  • Erlien T., Bakka E., ‘Museums, Dance, and the Safeguarding of Intangible Cultural Heritage: “Events of Practice” – A New Strategy for Museums?’, pp. 135-156
  • Hailemariam T., ‘“Lawmaker Wants Cockfighting [to be] Part of Heritage”: A Critical Analysis of the 2003 Convention and the Struggle of Animal Rights Groups’, pp. 157-182
  • Jacobs M., ‘The Ví of Visibility, Visitability, and Viability in Vietnam: pHD and the Safeguarding Paradigm of the 2003 Convention After a Decade’, pp. 183-214
  • Jachec-Neale A., ‘UK’s Cultural Property (Armed Conflicts) Act 2017 – Legislation 60 Years in Making’, pp. 215-236
  • Capote Pérez L. J., ‘Cultural Heritage and Spanish Private Law’, pp. 237-254
  • Bieczyński M. M., ‘The Nicosia Convention 2017: A New International Instrument Regarding Criminal Offences against Cultural Property’, pp. 255-274
  • Bassani M., ‘International Cultural Heritage Law and World Heritage Listing: A Vehicle for “White Control of Indigenous Heritage”?’, pp. 275-296
  • Tomczak M., ‘Is China a Model Member State of UNESCO in Implementing the 2003 Convention? Reasons, Benefits, and Criticisms’, pp. 297-318
  • Jakubowski O., ‘Cultural Heritage in Poland: The Threat to Cultural Heritage from Crime in Poland: 2016 Cases’, pp. 319-342

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Fiorentini F., Hausler K., Jagielska-Burduk A., and Jakubowski A. (eds), ‘Directive 2014/60/EU and the Movement of Cultural Objects in the European Union’ (2016) Santander Art and Cultural Law Review 2(2):

  • Fiorentini F., Hausler K., Jagielska-Burduk A., and Jakubowski A., ‘Editorial’, pp. 9-20; EDITORIAL_SAACLR_2_2016_(2)
  • Górka M., ‘Directive 2014/60/EU: A New Legal Framework for Ensuring the Return of Cultural Objects within the European Union’, pp. 27-34
  • Vigneron S., ‘The Return of Illicitly Exported Cultural Objects: the Implementation of the 2014/60/EU Directive in France’, pp. 35-56
  • Stamatoudi I.A., ‘Greek Law 4355/2015 Implementing Directive 2014/60/EU on the Return of Cultural Objects Unlawfully Removed from the Territory of a Member’, pp. 57-70
  • Frigo M., ‘The Implementation of Directive 2014/60/EU and the Problems of the Compliance of Italian Legislation with International and EU Law’, pp. 71-84
  • Peters R., ‘The Protection of Cultural Property: Recent Developments in Germany in the Context of New EU Law and the 1970 UNESCO Convention’, pp. 85-102
  • Heese van M., ‘The Implementation of Directive 2014/60/EU in the Netherlands’, pp. 103-118
  • Łukańko B., ‘The Implementation Process of Directive 2014/60/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council in Austrian Legislation’, 119-134
  • Stec P., ‘The Lady or the Tiger? Legal Pitfalls of Implementing the Return of Cultural Goods Directive’, pp. 135-148
  • Schneider M., ‘The 1995 UNIDROIT Convention: An Indispensable Complement to the 1970 UNESCO Convention and an Inspiration for the 2014/60/EU Directive’, pp. 149-164
  • Kowalski W.W., ‘Ratification of the 1995 UNIDROIT Convention on Stolen or Illegally Exported Cultural Objects, in light of Directive 2014/60/UE on the Return of Cultural Objects Unlawfully Removed from the Territory of a Member State: The Perspective of Poland’, pp. 165-178
  • Nafziger J.A.R., ‘Trading and Returning Cultural Objects under International Law’, pp. 179-194
  • Mackenzie-Gray Scott R., ‘The European Union’s Approach to Trade: Restrictions on Cultural Property: a Trendsetter for the Protection of Cultural Property in Other Regions?’, pp. 211-236

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Journal Articles

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Book Chapters

  • Bieczyński, M. M., ‘Prawo do dziedzictwa kulturowego w prawie Unii Europejskiej [The Right to Cultural Heritage in the Law of the European Union]’ in J. Sobczak, K. Chałubińska-Jentkiewicz, K. Kakareko (eds.), Prawo wobec kultury i sztuki [Law in relation to Culture and the Arts] (Wolters Kluwer 2017), pp. 63-84
  • Ямски П. Был ли музей колоколов в Саратове в 1919-1923 годах? [в:] Памяти Л.Л. Христиансена. Сборник научных статей по материалам VI Международных научных чтений, посвященных Л.Л. Христиансену «История, теория и практика фольклора», Саратов: СГК, 2018. С.168-182 [Jamski P., ‘Was There a Museum of Bells in Saratov in 1919-1923?’ in In Memory of L.L. Christiansen. A Collection of Studies of the 6th International Symposium Dedicated to L.L. Christiansen ‘History, Theory and Practice of Folklore’ (Saratov: SGC, 2018), pp. 168-182
  • Jamski P., Nestorow R., ‘Wissenschaftliches Projekt: Rettungsaktion für Glocken 1915-1921. Inventarisation der Glocken die aus den Ehemaligen Gebieten der Polnisch-Litauischen Adelsrepublik stammen und durch die russischen Machthaber evakuiert wurden [Scientific Project: Rescue Operation for Bells 1915-1921. Inventory of the Bells from the Former Territories of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, Evacuated by Russian Administration]’ in G. Guźlak (ed.), Dzwon w chrześcijańskiej Europie [Bell in Christian Europe], Vol. 1 (Kultura dzwonu [Bell Culture Series], Kazimierz Wielki University Press 2017), pp. 98-111
  • Jamski P., Kalwat W., ‘Wycieczka z Warszawy – dokumentacja ikonograficzna dziedzictwa kulturowego Gór Świętokrzyskich wykonywana przez Towarzystwo Opieki nad Zabytkami Przeszłości [Trip from Warsaw–iconographic documentation of cultural heritage of the Holy Cross Mountains performed by the Society for Protection of Historical Monuments]’ (2016) Debaty Świętokrzyskie 2, pp. 233-244
  • Jamski P., Słomiński Z., Kisieliński J., ‘Kronika rozbiórki soboru na Placu Saskim, 1925-1926 [Chronicle of the demolition of the Orthodox Cathedral on Saski Square in Warsaw, 1925-1926]’ in Ł. Gorczyca, M. Kaczyński (eds.), Ruiny Warszawy [Ruins of Warsaw] (Raster and Museum of Warsaw, 2016), pp. 255-259
  • Schreiber H., ‘Patrymonializacja w stosunkach międzynarodowych. Wybrane tendencje w międzynarodowej ochronie dziedzictwa kulturowego (2006–2016) [Patrimonialization in International Relations. Select Tendencies in International Protection of Cultural Heritage (2006-2016)]’ in Księga jubileuszowa z okazji 40-lecia Instytutu Stosunków Międzynarodowych Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego [Jubilee Book issued on the occasion of the 40th anniversary of the Institute of International Relation, University of Warsaw] (University of Warsaw Publ. 2016), pp. 385-398
  • Hausler K., ‘Collective Cultural Rights in the Inter-American Human Rights System’ in A. Jakubowski (ed.), Cultural Rights as Collective Rights – An International Law Perspective (Brill 2016), pp. 222-251
  • Jakubowski A., ‘A Constitutionalised Legal Order – Exploring the Role of the World Heritage Convention (1972)’ in A. Jakubowski & K. Wierczyńska (eds.), Fragmentation vs the Constitutionalisation of International Law: A Practical Inquiry (Routledge 2016), pp. 183-202
  • Jakubowski A., ‘Cultural Heritage in Peacekeeping – Restoring Broken Ties in the Post-Conflict Reality’ in I. Caracciolo and U. Montuoro (eds.), Preserving Cultural Heritage for International Peace and Security (G. Giappichelli Editore, 2018) (forthcoming)
  • Jakubowski A., ‘State Succession and Cultural Heritage’ in F. Francioni and A. F. Vrdoljak (eds.), Oxford Handbook of International Cultural Heritage Law (Oxford University Press, 2019) (forthcoming)
  • Wierczyńska K. and Jakubowski A., ‘The Al Mahdi Case before the International Criminal Court: from the Punishment of Perpetrators Towards the Reparation for Cultural Heritage Harm’ in A. M. Carstens and E. C. Varner (eds.), Intersections of International Cultural Heritage Law (Oxford University Press 2019) (forthcoming)
  • Jakubowski A., ‘Articles 25-28: Intangible Cultural Heritage Fund’ in J. Blake and L. Lixinski (eds.), Commentary to the 2003 Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage (Oxford University Press, 2019) (forthcoming)

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