Issue Vol. 22 (2011) No. 1
JHHW, Editorial: Demystifying the EJIL Selection and Editorial Process: How Does One Get Published in EJIL?; Who Gets Published in EJIL?; In the Dock, in Paris - The Judgment; In this Issue ( free fulltext) Symposium : The Human Dimension of International Cultural Heritage Law
Francesco Francioni, The Human Dimension of International Cultural Heritage Law: An Introduction ( free fulltext)
Ana Filipa Vrdoljak, Genocide and Restitution: Ensuring Each Group's Contribution to Humanity ( ) ( Ana Filipa Vrdoljak abstract free fulltext)
Thérèse O'Donnell, The Restitution of Holocaust Looted Art and Transitional Justice: The Perfect Storm or the Raft of the Medusa? ( ) ( Thérèse O'Donnell abstract free fulltext)
Lucas Lixinski, Selecting Heritage: The Interplay of Art, Politics and Identity ( ) ( Lucas Lixinski abstract free fulltext)
Federico Lenzerini, Intangible Cultural Heritage: The Living Culture of Peoples ( ) ( Federico Lenzerini abstract free fulltext)
Siegfried Wiessner, The Cultural Rights of Indigenous Peoples:Achievements and Continuing Challenges ( ) ( Siegfried Wiessner abstract free fulltext)
Karen Engle, On Fragile Architecture: The UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples in the Context of Human Rights ( ) ( Karen Engle abstract free fulltext)
Gaetano Pentassuglia, Towards a Jurisprudential Articulation of Indigenous Land Rights ( ) ( Gaetano Pentassuglia abstract free fulltext)
Micaela Frulli, The Criminalization of Offences against Cultural Heritage in Times of Armed Conflict: The Quest for Consistency ( ) ( Micaela Frulli abstract free fulltext)
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