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Ronald Spencer’s Essay “The Expert and the Object” Published in Who Owns the Past? Cultural Policy, Cultural Property, and the Law
Ronald D. Spencer's essay “The Expert and the Object” was published in the new book Who Owns the Past? Cultural Policy, Cultural Property, and the Law edited by Katie Fitz Gibbon. The book was sponsored by the American Council for Cultural Policy and published by Rutgers University Press. It discusses recent dramatic changes in public policy and the law concerning art and cultural heritage policies of various nations, including Italy and China. The book highlights important cases affecting the ability of American museums and private collectors to exhibit and own art from other countries. Opinions were contributed by many of the nation’s leading legal scholars, museum professionals, archeologists, art historians, and collectors.
More information can be obtained at the Rutgers University Press site.
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