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Oxford hosts lecture series on ethics of collecting

Varied views are heard in an open forum.

October 16, 2004

Oxford University is currently hosting a series of eight weekly lectures, culminating in a workshop on the topic "Who owns objects? The ethics and legality of collecting". The question will be addressed by speakers from a variety of professional perspectives, encompassing the roles of archaeologist, curator, dealer, collector and legislator. The dealer perspective will be presented by Dr. Ursula Kampmann on November 1, 2004. The title of Dr. Kampmann's lecture is "Dealing in coins: problems and opportunities for a serious and responsible coin trade". She is a well known friend of the collector, a respected scholar and a professional numismatist. The lectures and conclusions of the workshop, scheduled for December 6, will be published at the conclusion of the program.

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