Imperialism Videos

Imperialism, Art and Restitution

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Friday, March 26, 2004 – Anheuser-Busch Hall – Bryan Cave Moot Courtroom Room 310
View Video Joel Seligman –Washington University School of Law
Jeffrey Pike –
Washington University School of Art  
Introduction
View Video Mark Weil– Washington University School of Arts & Sciences
Keynote AddressView from the Universal Museum
James Cuno –Courtauld Institute of Art, London
Panel I:  The Paradigm -- The Elgin/Parthenon Marbles (British Museum)
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Moderator-Michael CosmopoulosUniversity of Missouri-St. Louis -
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William St. Clair –Author: Lord Elgin and the Marbles  
John Henry Merryman –Stanford University -
Speakers/Commentators/Panels and guests by invitation to the Knight Center
Audience – Open time (see various restaurant options on campus)
The Response: The View from the Source Nation
View Video Talat Halman –Bilkent University
Panel II: The Bust of Nefertiti (Berlin Staatliche Museum)
View Video Moderator -Friederike Seligman
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Kurt Siehr –University of Zurich
View Video Stephen UricePhiladelphia Museum of Art; University of Pennsylvania
Panel III:  Commentary and Open Discussion
View Video Moderator - John Haley –Washington University  
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Susan RotroffWashington University 
Sarantis SymeonoglouWashington University
Michael KellyCreighton University
Serena StierUniversity of Iowa
     ReceptionOpen Washington University Gallery of Art – Public Welcome
   Banquet and LectureClosed – Guests by invitation only – Whittemore House
Moderator -Dan Ellis– Washington University School of Law
Lecturer - Willard L. BoydUniversity of Iowa
Saturday, March 27, 2004 – Anheuser-Busch Hall – Bryan Cave Moot Courtroom Room 310
Panel IV: NAGPRA and American Indian Artifacts in American Museums
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Steven GunnWashington University School of Law
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View Video Michael F. BrownWilliams College; Author:  Who Owns Native Culture 
View Video David ThomasAmerican Museum of Natural History; Author:  Skull Wars: Kennewick Man, Archeology, and the Battle for Native American Identity
Roundtable and Closing Remarks
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View Video Roundtable discussion will include all speakers and discussants from all four panels.

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