Jack Daulton is a popular lecturer on the cultural
history of non-Western civilizations and has been
an expert on trips to more than 50 countries. His
research has focused on the art and architecture of
Asia and Africa as well as the study of Buddhism,
Hinduism, and Islam. Jack is also an attorney with a focus on international law relating to the preservation and conservation of the world’s cultural heritage. In a widely reported 1995 federal case, he recovered a thousand-year-old sculpture that had been stolen from a temple in Southeast Asia.