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International Heritage Law for CommunitiesExclusion and Re-Imagination$
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Lucas Lixinski

Print publication date: 2019

Print ISBN-13: 9780198843306

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: July 2019

DOI: 10.1093/oso/9780198843306.001.0001

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Stakeholders in International Heritage Law

Stakeholders in International Heritage Law

(p.66) 3 Stakeholders in International Heritage Law
International Heritage Law for Communities

Lucas Lixinski

Oxford University Press

This chapter looks at the actors and stakeholders in the field of international heritage law. It focuses a significant amount of energy on the roles of states and experts, who are the key actors with a seat at the international table, before moving to look at museums, collectors, and other private (corporate) actors, and the elusive ‘community’, which is at the centre of this book’s project. The chapter argues that community, while ambiguous and laden with colonial legacies, is still a concept worth trying to define.

Keywords:   stakeholders, states, communities, collectors, museums, experts, corporate actors, colonialism

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