The aim of this series is to publish significant and original research on and scholarly analysis of all aspects of cultural heritage law through the lens of international law, private international law, and comparative law. The series is wide in scope, traversing disciplines, regions, and viewpoints. Topics given particular prominence are those which, while of interest to academic lawyers, have significant bearing on policymaking and current public discourse on the interaction between art, heritage, and the law.
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Series Editors: Francesco Francioni, Professor of International Law and Human Rights and Co-Director of the Academy of European Law at the European University Institute in Florence and Ana Vrdoljak, Professor of Law at Sydney's University of Technology