Archaeology: Cultural Property, Heritage, and Provenance Research
AAM (American Association of Museums) Guide to Provenance Research, by Nancy Yeide.
Mugar N3999 .Y45 2001.
Cultural Heritage Policy Documents, Getty Art Museum. Chronological list from 1877-2000+.
“Cultural Resource Management on the Web: Explore the Dynamic Field of CRM.” Christine Noonan. College and Research Libraries News July 2006, 418-422.
Sources for Provenance Research, Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute Library, Williamstown, MA.
AAMD (Association of Art Museum Directors), 2013 (revised 2008) Guidelines on the Acquisition of Archaeological Materials and Ancient Art (pdf).
Documenting the Cultural Heritage, Robin Thornes and John Bold. J. Paul Getty Trust, 1998.
International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS) Site Map and Heritage at Risk, ICOMOS reports
“IFAR works at the intersection of the scholarly, legal, collecting and museum worlds. Its research, information gathering and reporting cross many lines and serve many constituencies, all in the service of integrity in the visual arts.”
International protection of cultural property, UNIDROIT ( INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR THE UNIFICATION OF PRIVATE LAW) publication, 2004.
Introduction to Object ID: Guidelines for Making Records that Describe Art, Antiques, and Antiquities, Robin Thornes, Peter Dorrell, and Henry Lie. J. Paul Getty Trust, 1999.
Lost Treasures from Iraq, University of Chicago. Images and bibliographies documenting the contents of museums and libraries.
Payments to Artists: Pilot Project: 17th-Century Rome. Getty Provenance Research.
Protecting Cultural Objects through International Documentation Standards: A Preliminary Survey. Robin Thornes. J. Paul Getty Trust, 1995.
United States Department of State, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, Cultural Heritage Center.
Links to U.S. and international laws affecting issues of national cultural heritage:
- International Cultural Property Protection.
- Iraq Cultural Heritage Initiative.
- UNESCO Convention on the Means of Prohibiting and Preventing the Illicit Import, Export and Transfer of Ownership of Cultural Property.
- UNESCO: Protecting our Heritage and Fostering Creativity
- Federal Historic Preservation Laws. Includes “23 Federal laws and portions of laws that pertain to the preservation of the Nation’s cultural heritage. Arranged chronologically, the laws trace the evolution of historic preservation and cultural resource management philosophy from the Antiquities Act of 19906 through the American Battlefield Protection Act of 1996.” Changes to the laws updated through December 2001.
To find articles in journals, see Database Indexes to Journal Articles in the Archaeology Research Guide.
AWOL (Ancient World Online) Alphabetical List of Open Access Journals
Common Ground: Preserving Our National Heritage, 2003-present. National Park Service magazine
CRM Archive (Cultural Resource Management), 1978-2002. National Park Service
Culture Without Context: The Newsletter of the Illicit Antiquities Research Center. Published by the McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, Cambridge, England
International Lawyer, 1966-.
Art and Archaeology of Afghanistan: Its Fall and Survival. A Multi-disciplinary Approach, ed. Juliette van Krieken-Pieters. Contributions from archaeologists, linguists, and lawyers.
Mugar DS353 .A78 2006
Art Market Research: A Guide to Methods and Sources (2nd ed). Chapter on Provenance.
Ashgate Research Companion to Heritage and Identity, eds. Graham, Brian and Howard, Peter
Cultural Heritage Issues: The Legacy of Conquest, Colonization, and Commerce, by Nafziger, J.A. Nicgorski, A.M.
Law Annex K3791.C848 2009 (print and Academic Complete)
Cultural Property Acquisitions: navigating the shifting landscape, by Taberner, Aimee L. Policy for museum collecting. In the series, ”Techniques and issues in cultural resources management.”
Mugar Library KF 4305.T33 2012
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