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RenchlerDissertation: - Jonathan M.

- Sabine Schülting
- Mark Nicholls

- Margaret Downs-Gamble
- Sam Hemingbrough
- Vance Briceland
- Steven Thomas
- Janice Greer

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Newman - Greg Walker - Kathleen Tonry

- John Pitcher

- Alzada Tipton
- Kathryn Schwarz
- Emily Lu Pearson
- John Erskine

Dissertation: - Lindsay A.

Scherb - Alastair Bennett - Tai-Won Kim - A.

Weiner - Jason Powell - Jason Powell - Jason Powell - Joel B.

Skelton's Play - Olena Lilova

- Juan Manuel Castro Carracedo
- Juan Manuel Castro Carracedo

- Ray Siemens

- Jane Griffiths
- Victor I.

Stull - Norton Resource Library - Robert H.

Torrance Kirby
- Cameron Lesage

- Ann Doremus
- Chin-yi Lai Lai
Thesis: - Steven Carriger
BA Thesis: - Mariah R.

Marquis - Stephen Hamrick - John P.

To take one of these essays, copy it, and to pass it off as your own is known as plagiarism—academic dishonesty which will result (in every university I've heard tell of) in suspension or dismissal from the university.

The Transmission of "John Skelton, Laureate" in Manuscript and Print - Jane Griffiths[] - John M.

Pilkinton - James McBainUndergrad Thesis: - Andrew H.

Cultural property and its stewardship have long been concerns of museums, archaeologists, art historians, and nations, but recently the legal and political consequences of collecting antiquities have also attracted broad media attention. This has been the result, in part, of several high-profile trials, as well as demands by various governments for the return of antiquities to their countries of origin. These circumstances call out for public discussion that moves beyond the rather clear-cut moral response to looting, to consider the implications of buying, selling, and exhibiting antiquities. To whom should they belong? What constitutes legal ownership of antiquities? What laws govern their importation into the United States, for instance? What circumstances, if any, demand the return of those antiquities to their countries of origin? Is there a consensus among archaeologists and museum directors about these issues? These and other pertinent issues are addressed in the essays and responses collected in this volume. Delivered at a 2007 symposium by eminent museum directors and curators, legal scholars, archaeologists, and historians and practitioners of art and architecture, these papers comprise a rich and nuanced reference work.

KerrDissertation:   - Danila A.

SokolovDissertation: - Noël C.

- Steve Mentz
- Mónica María Martínez Sariego

- Juan Carlos García Lorenzo
- Juan Carlos García Lorenzo
- Laurie Shannon

- Ellie Rycroft
- Michael Hattaway

BlosserDissertation:  - Agnes H.

BokrossDissertation: - Stephen J.

An Althusserian Reading On Thomas Nashe’s - Doohyun Park

Dissertation: - Glenn Baker
Dissertation: - Andrea Russell
Dissertation: - Craig D.