Tag Archives: Arts and culture

Culture, property, and peoplehood: a comment on Carpenter, Katyal, and Riley’s “In defense of property” (M.F.Brown)

Author

Michael F. Brown

Keywords

Arts and culture, Cultural property, Heritage property, Indigenous peoples, South America

Abstract

Comments on the article, “In defense of property”, by Kristen A. Carpenter, Sonia K. Katyal and Angela R. Riley (Yale Law Journal 118 (2009), 1022-1125), which reviews current thinking on the protection of indigenous heritage, particularly that of American Indians.

Citation

(2010) 17(3) International Journal of Cultural Property 569-579

Paper

Culture, property, and peoplehood: a comment on Carpenter, Katyal, and Riley’s “In defense of property”

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Conservation clash and the case for exemptions: how eagle protection conflicts with Hopi cultural preservation (S. Fenstemaker)

Author

Sarah Fenstemaker

Keywords

Arts and culture, Environment, Birds, Environmental protection, Hunting, Indigenous peoples, Religions, Traditional knowledge

Abstract

Discusses the impact of US Fish and Wildlife Service proposals to end the granting of religious exemptions to the ban on the hunting of certain migratory birds on the Hopi tribe, which uses golden eagles and their feathers in a religious ceremony considered vital to the tribe’s cultural identity.

Citation

(2007) 14(3) International Journal of Cultural Property 315-328

Paper

Conservation clash and the case for exemptions: how eagle protection conflicts with Hopi cultural preservation

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