References: Modern Sources
The websites listed in the Links sub-tab provide entry to many organizations and other information on many topics of interest to CHAMP. Following the Links tab is a library of Ancient and Modern source material of interest to anyone requiring more in-depth material about the history, cultures, and relevant military operations in war zones.
DoD References with free information:
- Air Force Research Institute
- Air & Space Power Journal
- Air Force Portal Library
- Air University Muir S. Fairchild Library
- Air University Press AU isn’t currently shipping hardcopy texts due to budget constraints, but you can view the books free online.
- Canadian Military Journal
- Defense News Includes C4ISR Journal and Armed Forces Journal.
- Institute for National Strategic Studies
- JSTOR Requires university or library login access, but has one of the best academic article repositories available. You might have access through your undergrad or graduate alma maters. If you’re an AMU graduate, you have lifetime access
- List of Global Think Tanks While Think Tanks may have certain political slants, their publications are often good, especially if you find contradicting reports from opposing Think Tanks to see all sides of an argument.
- List of U.S. Think Tanks
- National Academies Press NAP publications are free to read online; print copies cost $$.
- National Defense University Press
- National Intelligence University Press
- Naval War College
- Naval War College Press
- Small Wars Journal
- Strategic Studies Institute
- Strategic Studies Quarterly
Ahern, James R.
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– OIF Deployment briefing Sep 2008.
Asian and African Studies blog, British Library, London, England.
Barker, Alexander and Paula Lazrus, ed. ” All the King’s Horses: Essays on the Impact of Looting and the Illegal Antiquities Trade on Our Knowledge of the Past.” Society for American Archaeology Press. 2012.
Blank, et al. Conflict, Culture & History. Air University Press, 1993
– Thieves of Baghdad. Bloomsbury Press, 2005.
– Bogdanos, M.” The Casualties of War: The Truth about the Iraq Museum.” American Journal of Archaeology 109: 477-526 (2004).
Brothers, Cecilia. “Cultural Heritage and Armed Conflict”, Cultural Resource Update. Vol. 6, No. 10, page 3.
Chamberlain, Kevin. War and Cultural Heritage. Leicester: Institute of Art and Law, 2004
Corbishley, Mike. Pinning Down the Past. Boyell Press, Nov 11.
Corn, Geoffrey S., “‘Snipers in the Minaret—What is the Rule?’ The Law of War and the Protection of Cultural Property: A Complex Equation,” The Army Lawyer, July 2005, 28.
Department of Defense, Office of General Counsel. Department of Defense Law Manual. June 2015.
Emberling, Geoff and Hanson, Katharyn (eds), Catastrophe! The Looting and Destruction of Iraq’s Past. Chicago, University of Chicago Press: 2008.
– From Beirut To Jerusalem. Farrar, Strauss & Giroux, 1987.
– Lexus and the Olive Tree. Random House, 1999.
– Longitudes and Attitudes. Farrar, Strauss & Giroux, 2002
– The World Is Flat. Farrar, Strauss & Giroux, 2005
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Foster, Benjamin R., Foster, Pollinger, Karen, and Gerstenblith, Patty. Iraq Beyond the Headlines: History, Archaeology, and War., World Scientific Publ. Co.: 2005
Foster, Benjamin and Karen. Civilizations of Ancient Iraq. Princeton University Press: 201o.
Jackson, Richard. “Cultural Property Protection in Stability Operations.” Army Lawyer 2008: 47-57.
Gerstenblith, Patty. “From Bamiyan to Baghdad: Warfare and the Preservation of Cultural Heritage at the Beginning of the 21st Century.” Georgetown Journal of International Law, 37: 245-351 (2006)
Gerstenblith, Patty. “Protecting Cultural Heritage in Armed Conflict: Looking Back, Looking Forward,” 7 Cardozo Public Law, Policy & Ethics Journal 677-708 (2009)
Gerstenblith, Patty. “Archaeology in the Context of War: Legal Frameworks for Protecting Cultural Heritage during Armed Conflict” 5:1 Archaeologies 18-31 (2009)
Henckaerts, Jean-Marie. “Study on Customary International Humanitarian Law: A Contribution to the Understanding and Respect for the Rule of Law in Armed Conflict,” 87 International Review of the Red Cross 175 (2005)
Hladík, Jan. “The 1954 Hague Convention for the Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Conflict: Some observations on the implementation at the national level,” MUSEUM International No. 228: 1-7 (2005).
– “Creating the Iraqi Cultural Heritage Destruction Database: Calculating a Heritage Destruction Index.” International Journal of Heritage Studies, 20(2). 2014
– “Isakhan-proof-01_CE (2): The Case of Iraq.” In Zeidler, J. A. & Kila, J. D. (Eds.) Cultural Heritage in the Crosshairs: Protecting Cultural Property During Conflict (p. 221-249). Leiden: Brill. 2013.
– “MJCC_004_03_02_Isakhan1 (2): Cultural Destruction, Historical Memory and National Identity.” Middle East Journal of Culture and Communication, 4(3), 255-279. 2011.
– “Inactive, Reactive, or Pro-active? Cultural Property Crimes in the Context of Contemporary Armed Conflicts.” Journal of Eastern Mediterranean Archaeology & Heritage Studies (JEMAHS) volume 1 issue 4, 2013 Forum. The pdf of the entire Forum with responses as well as his individual essay is attached here JEMAHS 1 4_04_Forum Kila comp.
– “Heritage Under Siege: Military Implementation of Cultural Property Protection Following the 1954 Hague Convention.” Brill Publishing. Jun 2012
– “Heritage and Identity” ed. Joris Kila and J. Zeidler. Brill Publishers. Feb 2012.
– “The relevance of cultural heritage protection in times of armed conflict. Utilizing military cultural experts in war and peacetime: cases and examples from the field.” Article in an e-book by The Estonian Heritage Society ed. Marju Reismaa published in Estonian, ULTUURIVÄÄRTUSTE KAITSE RELVAKONFLIKTI KORRAL 2009. http://www.muinsuskaitse.ee/failid/157_est_haagi_konvents.pdf.
– “Dissemination of the 1954 Hague Convention and the 1999 Second Protocol: Embedding Cultural Property Protection within the Military in Planning for protection of cultural heritage in times of conflict.” Eds. Lijnzaad,L. and Woudenberg, N. van. Brill/Nijhoff publishers 2010.
– “Ch. 16: The Role of NATO and Civil Military Affairs”. Ed. Lawrence Rothfield, Antiquities under Siege.New York 2008.
– “Utilizing Military Cultural experts in times of war and peace: an Introduction.” Chapter 12 in: Culture and International Law, Paul Meerts editor. Hague Academic Press/Asser press The Hague, Cambridge University Press April 2008.
– The Crisis of Islam: Holy War and Unholy Terror. Random House. 2003.
– The Middle East. Scribner. 1995.
– The Arabs In History. Oxford. 1993.
– A Middle East Mosaic. Random House, 2004.
– From Babel To Dragomans. Oxford, 2004.
Meerts, P. Culture and International Law. Hague Academic Press: Apr 2008.
Miles, Margaret M. Art as Plunder: The Ancient Origins of Debate about Cultural Property. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2008)
Milton.In The Shadow Of The Prophet. Westview Press. 2001
Nicholas, Lynn. The Rape of Europa: The Fate of Europe’s Treasures in the Third Reich and the Second World War. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1994
O’Keefe, Roger. The Protection of Cultural Property in Armed Conflict.Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2006
Olbrys, M. “Archaeologists on Duty in Iraq: Polish Approach to the Protection And Salvage of Archaeological Heritage in Central South Iraq (November 2003–April 2005).” Conservation and Management of Archaeological Sites (CMAS) vol. 8. 2007
Doyle, Brett. “Reconstruction and Stabilization Continuity of Operation: Insights From Iraq’s Provincial Rexonstruction Teams.” Peacekeeping and Stability Operations Institute. 4 Oct 2012.
– ed. Antiquities Under Siege. New York, 2008
– The Rape of Mesopotamia: Behind the Looting of the Iraq Museum. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 2009
– Rush, L (ed.), Archaeology, Cultural Property, and the Military, The Boydell Press, Woodbridge. 2010
– Rush, L. “Working with the Military to Protect Archaeological Sites and Other Forms of Cultural Property.” World Archaeology, Ed. Peter Van Dommelen and Lin Foxhall. Vol 44, Issue 3, 2012.
– Rush, L and Luisa Benedettini Millington. The Carabinieri Command for the Protection of Cultural Property: Saving the World’s Heritage. The Boydell Press: Martlesham, Suffolk, UK, 2015.
Singer, Graciela Sestoso. ISIS’ War on Cultural Heritage and Memory. Linked-In. Jun 2015.
– Stone, Elizabeth C. “Patterns of looting in southern Iraq” Antiquity 82: 125-38 (2008).
– Stone, P G (ed.), “Cultural Heritage, Ethics, and the Military.” The Boydell Press, Woodbridge. 2011
– Stone, P.G. “The Identification and Protection of Cultural Heritage During the Iraq Conflict : A Peculiarly English tale”. Antiquity, 79:306:933-943. 2005
– Stone, P.G. & Farchakh Bajjaly, J. The Destruction of Cultural Heritage in Iraq. Boydell & Brewer, Woodbridge. Paperback 2009.
– Stone, P.G. “Protecting Cultural Heritage in Times of Conflict: Lessons from Iraq” Archaeologies: Volume 5, Issue 1, 32-39. 2009
– Stone, P.G. “Archaeologists and Conflict: An Impossible Relationship?” Conservation and Management of Archaeological Sites. 2010.
Strobl, Leylya M., & Schipper Friedrich T. (eds.), “The Roerich Pact and the Military,”
Exhibition Catalogue http://etfat.univie.ac.at/fileadmin/user_upload/inst_at_etf/Team/Schipper/Projekte/roerich-pact.pdf
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Van der Auwera, Sigrid
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– “The Iraq National Museum: Networking, Coordination and Collaboration in Wartime Iraq.” Cultural Heritage Disaster Preparedness and Response Proceedings. Salar Jung Museum, Hyderabad, India, 23-27 November 2003, (Paris: International Council of Museums), 2004.
– “Cultural Property at War: Protecting Heritage During Armed Conflict,” with Marjan Otter, Conservation (The Getty Conservation Institute: Spring 2008) p. 4.
– “Assignment Blue Shield: The Looting of the Iraq Museum and Cultural Property at War.” Antiquities under Siege: Cultural Heritage Protection after the Iraq War. Lawrence Rothfield, ed. (New York: AltaMira Press), 2008.
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