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Santander Art and Culture Law Review

2022 Następne

Data wydania: 28.10.2022

Licencja: CC BY  ikona licencji

Redakcja

Redaktor naczelny Alicja Jagielska-Burduk, Anna Koziczak

Zastępca redaktora naczelnego Wojciech Szafrański, Andrzej Jakubowski

Dodatkowi redaktorzy Alicja Jagielska-Burduk

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Editorial

Andrzej Jakubowski, Alicja Jagielska-Burduk

Santander Art and Culture Law Review, 2/2022 (8), 2022, s. 9 - 11

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Guest Editorial

Evelien Campfens, Surabhi Ranganathan

Santander Art and Culture Law Review, 2/2022 (8), 2022, s. 12 - 20

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Paul P. Stewens, Nussaïbah B. Raja, Emma M. Dunne

Santander Art and Culture Law Review, 2/2022 (8), 2022, s. 89 - 114

https://doi.org/10.4467/2450050XSNR.22.013.17026
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Emiline Smith, Rucitarahma Ristiawan, Tular Sudarmadi

Santander Art and Culture Law Review, 2/2022 (8), 2022, s. 383 - 406

https://doi.org/10.4467/2450050XSNR.22.025.17038
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Neil G.W. Curtis, Steph C. Scholten

Santander Art and Culture Law Review, 2/2022 (8), 2022, s. 427 - 442

https://doi.org/10.4467/2450050XSNR.22.027.17040
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New Books

Santander Art and Culture Law Review, 2/2022 (8), 2022, s. 473 - 481

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Appendices

International Law Association, Committee on Participation in Global Cultural Heritage Governance

Santander Art and Culture Law Review, 2/2022 (8), 2022, s. 482 - 491

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Diāna Bērziņa

Santander Art and Culture Law Review, 2/2022 (8), 2022, s. 492 - 495

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