Erica Farmer

My research is on the relationship(s) between culture and law in regard to cultural property, cultural heritage, and intellectual property, particularly the ways that cultural property and heritage related interests inflect and are inflected by laws and legal structures/systems.  The main themes of my work are geographical indications law and artesan food regulation and anthropology of organizations/policy in regard to museums and sensitive collections.


Research Assistant Corporate Law Research Scholarship: Department of Economic and Social Law (Commercial Law Area) Comillas Pontifical University (ICADE) Madrid Research Visit at Cambridge Faculty of Law (from April to July 2014) Research Visit at Max Planck Institute for Comparative and International Law, Hamburg (from January to April 2015)

Richard Bagguley

Richard's murals take their inspiration from classical European and Eastern origins and cover many styles whilst maintaining an individual and fresh approach, his work suits both classical and modern interiors and he enjoys meeting new challenges. A mural can take anything from a few days to months to complete and something can be found to suit the client aesthetically and economically. With an experience of over 25 year, Richard Bagguley as a Mural Artist has undertaken a number of...

Western Europe

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