Re: scholar's involvement in the looting & smuggling of Cambodia's antiquities

The recent New York Times article on the role of two respected US scholars in the looting of Cambodian antiquities is interesting. It reminds me that Cambodia suffered from a far more illustrious looter – André Malraux. The story, told by Steven Boswell in his highly acclaimed alternative guide to Phnom Penh, King Norodom's Head, is reproduced here: http://wp.me/p4EQSY-K.

Gerald Jackson
Nordic Institute of Asian Studies

scholar's involvement in the looting & smuggling of Cambodia's antiquities

The New York Times on March 30 carried an excellent piece of investigative journalism that deserves attention -- it is another revelation of scholars legitimizing the ownership, by museums and others, of stolen and smuggled fragments of cultural heritage, in this case from Cambodia:

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