Publications

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.

Brodie, N. (2009), ‘Consensual relations? Academic involvement in the illegal trade in ancient manuscripts’, in P. Green and S. Mackenzie (eds), Criminology and Archaeology: Studies in Looted Antiquities (Oñati International Series in Law and Society) (Oxford: Hart), 41-58.
Mackenzie, S. (2009), ‘Protection Against Trafficking in Cultural Property’, (Vienna: UNODC).
Mackenzie, S. and Green, P. (2009), ‘Criminalising the Market in Illicit Antiquities: an Evaluation of the Dealing in Cultural Objects (Offences) Act 2003 in England and Wales’, in S. Mackenzie and P. Green (eds.), Criminology and Archaeology: Studies in Looted Antiquities (Oxford: Hart).
Mackenzie, S. and Green, P. (2009), ‘Introduction’, in S. Mackenzie and P. Green (eds.), Criminology and Archaeology: Studies in Looted Antiquities (Oxford: Hart).
Amineddoleh, Leila (2009), ‘Phoenix Ancient Art and the Aboutaams in Hot Water Again’, Art & Cultural Heritage Law Newsletter 1 (5): 13-15.
Fincham, D. (2009) ‘The Fundamental Importance of Archaeological Context’, in N. Charney (ed.) Art and Crime: Exploring the dark side of the art world, (Westport: Greenwood Publishing), 1-12
Spiegler, H. (2009) ‘Surviving War and Peace: The Long Road to Recovering the Malevich Paintings’, The Journal of Art Crime, Spring 2009, 3-8.
Thomas, S. (2009), ‘Introduction’, in S. Thomas and P.G. Stone (eds.), Metal Detecting and Archaeology (Woodbridge: The Boydell Press), 1-12.
Thomas, S. (2009), ‘The Relationships between Archaeologists and Metal-detector Users in England and Wales: Impact of the Past and Implications for the Future’, Ph.D. thesis (Newcastle University).
Thomas, S. (2009), ‘Wanborough Revisited: The Rights and Wrongs of Treasure Trove Law in England and Wales’, in S. Thomas and P.G. Stone (eds.), Metal Detecting and Archaeology (Woodbridge: The Boydell Press), 153-66.
Thomas, S., and Stone, P.G. (eds.) (2009), Metal Detecting & Archaeology (Woodbridge: The Boydell Press).
Brodie, N. (2008), ‘Ethics: antiquities, looting and buying of’, in D. Pearsall (ed.), Encyclopaedia of Archaeology (Oxford: Elsevier).
Brodie, N. (2008), ‘The market background to the April 2003 plunder of the Iraq National Museum’, in P. Stone and J. Farchakh Bajjaly (eds), The Destruction of Cultural Heritage in Iraq (Woodbridge: Boydell), 41-54.
Brodie, N. (2008), ‘The Western market in Iraqi antiquities’, in L. Rothfield (ed.), Preventing Looting in Wartime: Learning from the Lessons of Iraq (Walnut Creek: AltaMira), 63-74.
Mackenzie, S. and Green, P. (2008), ‘Performative Regulation: a Case Study in How Powerful People Avoid Criminal Labels’, British Journal of Criminology, 48 (2), 138-53.
Felch, J. (2008) ‘A life in shards: A passion for art, a perilous pursuit’, Los Angeles Times, 11, 12, 13 September.
Felch, J. (2008) ‘Intrigue but no glamour for smuggling case figure’, Los Angeles Times, 31 January.
Felch, J. (2008) ‘Raids suggest a deeper network of looted art’, Los Angeles Times, 25 January.
Felch, J., and Boehm, M. (2008) ‘Probe of stolen art goes national’, Los Angeles Times, 29 January.
Felch, J., and Smith, D. (2008) ‘You say that art is worth how much?’, Los Angeles Times, 2 March (updated 6 March).