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Cultural Property, Repatriation and Relative Publics

Which Public" Whose Culture"

In this paper I utilise recent reevaluations of the public/private dichotomy in property theory to explore the repatriation of objects claimed on the basis of cultural property rights. My analysis is based on two North American cases of repatriation, one from Canada and one from the United States. First, I rely on the concept of 'relative publics' to ask questions about potential multiple claimants to cultural property. I also use notions of space and time to think about the role of power both in establishing value for particular units of cultural property, and also to control access.

Cultural Property, Repatriation and Relative PublicsWhich Public" Whose Culture"Melanie G. WiberIn this paper I utilise recent reevaluations of the public/private dichotomy in property theory to explore the repatriation of objects claimed on the b
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