John Henry Merryman


John Henry Merryman: Archaeologists are not helping debate over collecting antiquities

Merryman, a leading US theorist of cultural property law, argues that archaeologists are failing to acknowledge the complexity of the current debate on collecting antiquities

The law of war: The Hague Convention as military necessity or military convenience?

The 1954 convention is the product of nearly a century’s thought about cultural property in which it is implicit that it is the heritage of all mankind