Journal of Art Crime, Vol 3, Spring 2010

Scientific journals
Thème de la ressource: 
Trafic d'œuvres d'art, d'antiquités, de documents anciens et de spécimens d'histoire naturelle
Pillage d'objets archéologiques
Faux et contrefaçons
Législation - International
Sécurité et prévention
Litiges, retours et restitutions
Type de ressource: 
Bibliographie - Revues scientifiques
Association for Research into Crimes Against Art
Langue de publication: 

Collecting Histories and the Market for Classical Antiquities
David W.J. Gill

Responding to Art Vandalism in British Museums and Galleries: A Survey of the Situation
Helen E. Scott

The Getty Kouros Mystery
Miranda Vitello

Copy versus Forgery: The Difficulty in Determining Motive with Regards to Modern
Iconography and Icon Collections
Riikka Köngäs

Faking History: How Provenance Forgery is Conning the Art World
Olivia Sladen

The Looting of the Iraq Museums:
An Examination of Efforts to Protect Universal Cultural Property
Simmy Swinder

An Empty Frame: Thinking About Art Crime
“Thoughts on the Leonardo Trial
Derek Fincham

Security & Safety Reflections
“Oxygen Reduction in Museum, Libraries, and Archives”
Ton Cremers

Context Matters
“Italy and the US: Reviewing Cultural Property Agreements”
David Gill

Cultural Heritage
“The Defense of Underwater Archaeological Heritage”
Colonel Giovanni Pastore

Lessons from the History of Art Crime
“Did the Nazis Steal the Mona Lisa?”
Noah Charney

Art Law and Policy
Donn Zaretsky

What’s in a Number?
John Kleberg

University Treasures
John Kleberg

After 40 Years, Revelations about the Lost Caravaggio
Judith Harris

The Returns to Italy from North America: An Overview
David W.J. Gill

Nazi Plunder: Great Treasure Stories of World War II
America and the Return of Nazi Contraband: The Recovery of Europe’s Cultural Treasures
Douglas L. Yearwood reviews

Criminology and Archaeology: Studies in Looted Antiquities
The Restitution of Cultural Assets
Derek Fincham reviews

Confessions d’un voleur d’art (Confessions of an Art Thief)
Diane Joy Charney reviews

Le Front de l’Art, Defense des Collections Francaises 1939-1945
Rose Valland Resistante Pour l’Art
Rose Valland Capitaine Beaux-Arts
Rose Valland, l’espionne du musee du Jeu de Paume
Diane Joy Charney reviews

“Caravaggio at The Quirinale” Exhibition
Noah Charney reviews

The Art We Must Protect: Top Ten Must-See Artworks in the USA
Noah Charney

ARCA profile of Ton Cremers
Mark Durney

Q&A with ICE’s Cultural Property,
Art and Antiquities Program Head of the Northeast, Special Agent Bonnie Goldblatt
Mark Durney