The Subjects of Literary and Artistic Copyright
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This accessible and innovative book examines to what extent copyright protects a range of subjects which are engaged in the creation and management of literary and artistic works, and how such subjects use copyright to protect their interests.
Offering a complementary analysis, The Subjects of Literary and Artistic Copyright explores how copyright regulates the production and management of literature and art. The book examines the creators of literature and art, as well as market operators such as publishers and ?managers? including museums, galleries, and universities. The perspectives offered cover a diverse range of subjects, and confront the regular contradictions and conflicts that occur within literary and artistic copyright interests. The chapters illustrate, via historical and empirical analysis, that established practices and traditional approaches to the management of copyright need to be revisited, in order to be more aligned with current social and technological frameworks.
Providing a starting point for future research paths on copyright practices in art and literature, this insightful book will be of interest to legal academics looking to expand their knowledge of literary and artistic copyright. Law professionals with interests in intellectual property and art law will also benefit from its novel approach.
?The Subjects of Literary and Artistic Copyright edited by Enrico Bonadio and Cristiana Sappa looks at copyright aspects of art and literature through the eyes of their main stakeholders, grouped in the volume in two categories: creators and intermediaries/ managers. Using historical and empirical analysis, this great collection revisits many assumptions about the creative process and the current management of copyrighted works. A must read for everyone interested in the complex relationships of all the actors involved in the process of cultural production.?
Enrico Bonadio and Cristiana Sappa
PART I CREATORS
SECTION A LITERATURE
1 The effects of copyrights on poets? and novelists?
economic returns 9
2 Playwrights 22
3 The fragility of freelancing: The impact of copyright law
on modern journalism 37
Mary Catherine Amerine
4 Academic authors, copyright and dissemination of
knowledge: A comparative overview 58
Marco Bellia and Valentina Moscon
SECTION B ART
5 Copyright protection for painters, sculptors and cartoonists 78
Rudy Capildeo, Chris Haywood and James Yow
6 Digital photographers: Trust, truth, and copyright in the
digital age 98
7 ?It?s not you, it?s me?: Are designers and copyright a good match? 113
8 Architecture and dysfunction 137
PART II MANAGERS AND INTERMEDIARIES
9 Publishers and copyright 157
Enrico Bonadio and Anele Simon
10 Libraries and copyright law in the 21st century 183
11 Capturing the uncapturable: The relationship between
universities and copyright through the lens of the
-visual lecture capture policies 207
Guido Noto La Diega, Giulia Priora, Bernd Justin Jütte
and Léo Pascault
12 Museums as education facilitators: How copyright affects
access and dissemination of cultural heritage 234
13 Galleries and auction houses: The invisible managers of
artistic copyright? 258