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Winners announced in paper competition

Wednesday, September 14, 2016  /  Rate this article:
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The Center for Professional Ethics will sponsor a panel on ”Ethics, Art, and International Law“ as part of the Frederick K. Cox Center's "The Art of International Law" conference on Friday, September 16, 2016. Speakers for this panel were selected via a paper competition, with winning entries given a cash award and travel and lodging expenses to participate in the conference.  

Congratulations to the winners and honorable mentions in both the faculty/practitioners and students categories. 


Winner: Dr. Deming Liu
“Exercising the Moral Right of Integrity in Public Sculpture: a Balance between the Artist, Public, and Owner”

Honorable Mention: Felicia Caponigri
“The Ethics of International Display of Fashion in the Museum”

Honorable Mention: Alice Fabris
“Cooperation of south-south on the return of cultural property: the case
of South America”

Honorable Mention: William Worster
“The Role of the Map in International Law”


Winner: Alyssa Bickford
“Nazi-Looted Art: Preserving a Legacy”

Honorable Mention: Ashley Bartman Watson
“UNESCO and Palestinian Cultural Heritage”

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