5th November 2019 “Who Owns History?”

Elgin’s Loot and the Case for Returning Plundered Treasure” by Geoffrey Robertson QC.

Publisher’s blurb: Who Owns History? delves into the crucial debate over the Elgin Marbles, but also offers a system for the return of cultural property based on human rights law principles that are being developed by the courts.

It is not a legal text, but rather an examination of how the past can be experienced by everyone, as well as by the people of the country of origin.