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The aim of this course is to provide participants with the tools needed to critically assess both the concepts of repatriation, restitution, and return and individual cases of each with the goal of building a solid legal and ethical foundation for future professional or academic encounters with the topic.
By the end of this course students will be able to:
■ Identify, conceptualise, and define the practices of repatriation, restitution and return
■ Critically evaluate cases of repatriation, restitution and return based on both moral and legal grounds
■ Explain the linkages between repatriation, restitution and return and colonialism, globalisation, neoliberalism and conflict/post conflict situations.
■ Apply critical analysis to both the legal and ethical issues involved in both general and specific cases of cultural property recovery
■ Apply sociological and heritage management conceptual frameworks to real-world cases of cultural property recovery