-What are some of the arguments made for and against the return of artworks stolen or taken in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries? Which arguments (for either side) do you find most convincing? Is there anything that has been left out that you think needs to be considered?
-What factors do you think need to be taken into consideration when considering whether an individual artwork or object should be returned to its place/people of origin? Are there some categories of artworks that it makes more sense to return than others? Give specific examples from the sources (though you don’t need to discuss ALL of the cases raised by the articles and video).
You do not need to use a particular citation style, or include a bibliography or works cited page, unless you use or consult articles or videos outside of the ones that I’ve asked you to look at. In your paper you can just refer to the articles by their publication name. And example would be: “In the New York Times article, it is mentioned that….” If you do quote directly from the sources, those passages should be put in quotation marks.
Video: The British Museum Is Full of Stolen Artifactshttps://kottke.org/20/08/the-british-museum-is-full-of-stolen-artifacts
Article: Exeter to repatriate Blackfoot regalia to Siksika Nation | Colonialismhttps://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/apr/14/exeter-to-repatriate-blackfoot-regalia-to-siksika-nation
Article: What the “Nefertiti Hack” Tells Us About Digital Colonialism
What the “Nefertiti Hack” Tells Us About Digital Colonialism
Article: The British Museum Says It Will Never Return the Elgin Marbles, Defending Their Removal as a ‘Creative Act’
The British Museum Says It Will Never Return the Elgin Marbles, Defending Their Removal as a ‘Creative Act’
to write the peaper use only those 5 resource only.