Ahouraiyan, Taraneh; Warren-Findley, Jannelle; Warrren-Findley, Jannelle; Thompson, Victoria; Smith, Louis. Arizona State University, 2011. 2011. 1502753.
MA Thesis Arizona State University
ProQuest document ID 912168904
This thesis explores the implications that the outcome of a certain U.S. lawsuit involving antiquities could have on practices and programs in the United States, related to cultural heritage and history. This paper examines the Rubin et al case, which sought to attach a collection of ancient Persian artifacts (known as The Persepolis Tablets) as a source of legal compensation.You may download this document through your Library.
Presented as a case study, and using primary and secondary research sources, this paper analyzes the Rubin et al lawsuit and the factors that led to its initiation, and seeks to determine how and why adverse consequences could result from its final ruling.This thesis demonstrates that the final decision in the lawsuit could leave a negative impact on a number of practices related to cultural heritage in the United States, especially with regards to cultural and academic institutions such as museums and universities.
Persepolis in Pleiades http://pleiades.stoa.org/places/922695