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Cultural Security Bibliography

Cultural Security Bibliography tracks literature on the interrelation of cultural property and international security. Please enter citations that elucidate the significance of artworks and monuments to diplomacy and security.

  • cultural intelligence/diplomacy
  • wartime plunder and looting
  • organized crime and trafficking
  • political violence and terrorism

Range of fields (examples)

Add citations for literature from the following fields or expand the range of fields by citing a paper, essay, article, book, or social media item from another field.

Art History

Intelligence Studies
Political Science
Security Studies
Terrorism Studies

Scholars, professionals, and students submit citations for academic papers, essays, articles, books, and social media that identify the past and present interrelation of cultural property, security, and diplomacy.

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The Cultural Security Bibliography enables practitioners and researchers to build and search the literature base of the evolving cross-disciplinary field of Cultural Security.

Please enter citation information for a document.
document type:
paper in an academic journal article in a newspaper/magazine essay in an edited book
book web site blog other
document title:
(required) title of a journal paper, book essay, newspaper article, book, web site, blog, or other type of document
author name:
first: middle: last:
(required) If an author is not listed, then please enter "NA" in all three fields.
(required) journal name, the title of the edited book, news publication, or repeat the title of the book
publication info:
but pagination is
only requested)

For journals enter the volume and issue e.g. volume 4, issue 3 or volume 6, issue June.
For edited books or books, enter the publisher and location e.g. MIT Press, Cambridge.
For newspaper articles, enter the date e.g. 23 May 2011; for magazines e.g. May 2011.
Pagination: page range for journal papers and book essays, or indicate relevant pages in a book.

(if accessible on-line) Enter the full URL of the web page or PDF (e.g.

Please create metadata for the document.
primary field
of document:
(required) e.g. anthropology (optional) e.g. antiquities,organized crime,looting.

summary (optional):
(100 word max.)

Please enter data and press Submit.
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