* With thanks to Dr Andrzej Jakubowski (Institute of Law Studies, Polish Academy of Sciences) for bringing this to our attention.
Santander Art and Culture Law Review is pleased to invite contributions to its second issue of 2015 which will deal with the role of international law in the protection of cultural heritage in the event of non-international conflicts and terrorism. Emerging as well as young scholars and practitioners are encouraged to contribute.
Manuscripts may include theoretical studies or selected case analyses focusing, but not limited to:
- De facto regimes, recognition and the protection of cultural heritage;
- War against terrorism and the protection of cultural heritage;
- Cultural genocide;
- State responsibility;
- Individual criminal responsibility;
- Military necessity and the protection of cultural heritage;
- The role of international organisations in protecting cultural heritage affected by non-international conflicts and terrorism;
- Illicit excavations and the international circulation of archaeological objects;
- Money laundering, cultural objects and terrorism;
- International cooperation, including the exchange of information, digital services, online databases;
- Safe havens.
The deadline for submission of manuscripts is June 30, 2015. Decision letters will be provided to author(s) by August 15, 2015. More information at