About the Author
Neil Brodie is Director of Cultural Heritage Resource, Stanford University Archaeology Center
There are three different reports into the illegal trade in artifacts entitled “Stealing History”:
Brodie, N., Doole, J. and P. Watson, 2000. Stealing History. The Illicit Trade in Cultural Material. Cambridge: McDonald Institute.
This Stealing History is a report into the implications for British museums of the illegal trade in cultural artifacts. It was commissioned by the Museums Association and ICOM UK. A PDF is available for download here.
Atwood, R., 2004. Stealing History. Tomb Raiders, Smugglers, and the Looting of the Ancient World. New York: St Martin’s Press.
This Stealing History considers the plunder and trade of artifacts from the Peruvian site of Sipán within the broader context if the international artifacts trade.
NRK, 2004. Stealing History.
This Stealing History is the English language version of the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation (NRK) television progam Skriftsamleren investigating the collection of Norwegian businessman Martin Schøyen.