The following is a reference list of academic publications written by members and Friends of the Trafficking Culture project. Publications are listed in reverse date order (i.e. newest at the top). Downloadable pdf files are present when available. Further details about these publications can be viewed by clicking on their respective titles. We ask that anyone using this material cites it appropriately.

Felch, J., and Frammolino, R. (2005) ‘Several Museums May Possess Looted Art’, Los Angeles Times, 8 November.
Felch, J. (2005), ‘Getty to Return Three Ancient Pieces to Italy’, Los Angeles Times, 4 October.
Felch, J., and Frammolino, R. (2005) ‘Ex-Getty Curator Received 2nd Loan’, Los Angeles Times, 17 November.
Panella C., Schmidt, A., Polet, J., and Bedaux, R. (2005), ‘Le contexte du pillage’, in Bedaux, R., Polet, J., Sanogo, K. and Schmidt, A. eds. Recherches archéologiques à Dia dans le Delta intérieur du Niger, Mali : bilan des saisons de fouilles 1998–2003 (Leiden: Mededelingen van het Rijksmuseum voor Volkenkunde) 15–25.
Felch, J., and Frammolino, R. (2005) ‘Italy Says It’s Proven Vase at Met Was Looted’, Los Angeles Times, 28 October.
Felch, J., and Frammolino, R. (2005) ‘Getty Kept Items to Itself in Probe’, Los Angeles Times, 2 September.
Felch, J., and Frammolino, R. (2005) ‘Getty Had Signs It Was Acquiring Possibly Looted Art, Documents Show’, Los Angeles Times, 25 September (with revision 9 October).
Frammolino, R., and Felch, J. (2005) ‘A Web of Deals: Murky World of Antiquities Trade’, Los Angeles Times, 28 December.
Frammolino, R., and Felch, J. (2005) ‘Greece Vows Legal Action Against Getty’, Los Angeles Times, 23 November.
Frammolino, R., and Felch, J. (2005) ‘Italians Say Photos Show 6 Met Items Were Looted’, Los Angeles Times, 29 October (updated 1 November).
Frammolino, R., and Felch, J. (2005) ‘Greek Officials Demand the Return of Getty Antiquities’, Los Angeles Times, 24 October.
Brodie, N. (2004), ‘Export deregulation and the illicit trade in archaeological material’, in J. Richman and M. Forsyth (eds), Legal Perspectives on Cultural Resources (Walnut Creek: AltaMira), 85–99.
Brodie, N. (2004), ‘Jüngste Entwicklungen in Großbritannien’, in W.-D. Heilmeyer and J.C. Eule (eds), Illegale Archäologie?. (Berlin: Weißensee), 165–74.
Brodie, N. and Doole, J. (2004), ‘The Asian Art Affair: US art museum collections of Asian Art and Archaeology’, in N. Brodie and C. Hills (eds), Material Engagements: Studies in Honour of Colin Renfrew (Cambridge: McDonald Institute), 83–108.
Culture Without Context (2004), Issue 14 (Cambridge: McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research).
Culture Without Context (2004), Issue 15 (Cambridge: McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research).
Gaimster, D. (2004), ‘Measures against the illicit trade in cultural objects: the emerging strategy in Britain’, Antiquity 78 (301), 699-707.
Gaimster, D. (2004), ‘Recent UK measures against the international illicit trade in cultural objects: outlining the UK strategy’, NOT FOR SALE. A British-Swiss Conference on the traffic in artefacts from Iraq, Afghanistan and Beyond, (Geneva: British Council), 26-30.
Kersel, M. (2004), ‘The politics of playing fair, or, Who’s losing their marbles?’, in Y. Rowan and U. Baram (eds), Marketing Heritage: Archaeology and the Consumption of the Past, (Walnut Creek: AltaMira), 41-56.
Kaye, L., and Spiegler, H. (2004) ‘Asset Valuation: Looted art carries its own set of problems’, New York Law Journal, May 24,