Robots and Copyright
In this seminar, Marsha Courneya will share her creative path and take us on a detour through the tangle of copyright law, showing examples of how it can be circumvented to return rights and power to creators.
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Accompanying Reading List
-Riley, Angela R. “Recovering Collectivity: Group Rights to Intellectual Property in Indigenous Communities.” Cardozo Art & Entertainment Law Journal vol. 18, no. 175 (2000)
-Jaszi, Peter. “Toward a Theory of Copyright: The Metamorphoses of Authorship.”Duke Law Journal, no. 455 (1991)
-Lessig, Lawrence. Free Culture: How Big Media Uses Technology and the Law to Lock Down Culture and Control Creativity. New York, N.Y.: Penguin Press, 2004
-Kernan, Alvin. The Death of Literature. Yale University Press, 1990
-Giblin, Rebecca. “A New Copyright Bargain? Reclaiming Lost Culture and Getting Authors Paid.” Columbia Journal of Law and the Arts, vol. 41, no. 3 (2018)