Sherry Hutt is currently Program Manager for the National NAGPRA Program of the National Park Service. She served as a Superior Court Judge in Arizona for 17 years and is a frequent consultant, workshop instructor, and author on cultural property issues. She has written Cultural Property Law: A Practitioner's Guide (American Bar Association) and several other books. Editorial Board: Caroline Meredith Blanco, Anita Canovess, Patty Gerstenblith, Tom Kline, Jenn Richman, Lucille Roussin, Michael Scherzer, David Tarler, Jim Van Ness.
'The publication of the inaugural edition of the Yearbook of Cultural Property Law was particularly timely, as it coincided with the centennial anniversary of the American Antiquities Act. Despite the existence of a century of legislation protecting cultural resources, heritage management has only recently, in the past few decades, flourished as a recognized academic discipline and legal specialty. Yearbook is the culmination of collaborative research across legal and academic forums; an undertaking that results in an unprecedented reference volume with appeal to an equally interdisciplinary audience... The Yearbook of Cultural Property Law is an invaluable tool for all who practice cultural stewardship, preservation, consultation, and law.' Krysta Ryzewski, Historical Archaeology