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On April 28th, the law school hosted a day-long symposium on the legal, ethical, and political dynamics surrounding one of the major cultural property disputes in the art world. Leading scholars, government ministers and cultural advocates discussed the arguments over the rightful ownership of the Parthenon Marbles, which were taken from Greece by England during the British Colonial period. Professor David Rudenstine’s decades-long research concluded that the statues should be returned to Greece, and his analysis provided the framework for much of the symposium.
Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, "Cardozo Hosts Leading International Scholars and Advocates for “The Parthenon Marbles Case and the Universal Museum Myth: Policies and Politics”" (2022). Cardozo News 2022. 31.