Nancy Lipkin Stein is a visual anthropologist at Florida Atlantic University, USA, where she has explored bringing anthropology to the general public. She helped initiate a community-based history museum to focus on bringing visibility to lesser known histories. Her research interests include how images can create and communicate identity for places as well as individuals, and how images challenge or educate people. Alison Dundes Renteln is Professor of Political Science at the University of Southern California, USA. She is a Public Law scholar, whose expertise includes bioethics and human rights, and her research focuses on cultural rights, including the use of cultural defence in legal systems around the world.