Sandis's gathering of thirteen thoughtful contributions across a range of disciplines vindicates his decision to consider the puzzles of cultural heritage ethics in both theoretical and practical terms . . . This rich collection of essays includes voices from the developing as well as the developed world.
"Cultural Heritage Ethics: Between Theory and Practice". The Philosophical Quarterly (0031-8094), vol. 65, no. 260, 2015. doi:10.1093/pq/pqu099
Image from the GettyImages archive, referenced in chapter 1.
This undated photo made available by Polish artist Jerzy Bohdan Szumczyk on October 16, 2016 show the sculpture he made featuring a Soviet soldier raping a pregnant woman in Gdansk, Poland. The life-size sculpture was installed without authorization in the night from Saturday to Sunday near a monument dedicated to the Red Army and was removed by the police within a few hours.