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Cultures of Copyright

Contemporary Intellectual Property

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Edited By Dànielle Nicole DeVoss and Martine Courant Rife

The symbols, signs, and traces of copyright and related intellectual property laws that appear on everyday texts, objects, and artifacts have multiplied exponentially over the past 15 years. Digital spaces have revolutionized access to content and transformed the ways in which content is porous and malleable. In this volume, contributors focus on copyright as it relates to culture. The editors argue that what «counts» as property must be understood as shifting terrain deeply influenced by historical, economic, cultural, religious, and digital perspectives.
Key themes addressed include issues of how:
• Culture is framed, defined, and/or identified in conversations about intellectual property;
• The humanities and other related disciplines are implicated in intellectual property issues;
• The humanities will continue to rub up against copyright (e.g., issues of authorship, authorial agency, ownership of texts);
• Different cultures and bodies of literature approach intellectual property, and how competing dynasties and marginalized voices exist beyond the dominant U.S. copyright paradigm.
Offering a transnational and interdisciplinary perspective, Cultures of Copyright offers readers – scholars, researchers, practitioners, theorists, and others – key considerations to contemplate in terms of how we understand copyright’s past and how we chart its futures.

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5th Cell 4 A A Rulebook for Arguments, 244 Abella, A., 70, 349 Acker, Kathy, 264 actor network theory (ANT; see methodol- ogy) Adams, John, 191, 394 Advocate, The, 57 Afrika Bambaataa, 199 agency, 84, 102, 150 authorial, 110, 118 collaborative, 120 human, 110, 118, 119 regulatory, 102, 105, 276, 294 rhetorical, 119 technological, 119 Agreement on Trade-Related Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS), 29–31, 64–65, 78, 193, 195, 251–252 Aimster, 60 Aitchison, Cara, 237 Akrich, Madeleine, 169, 170, 173, 176 Alberich, J., 69 Albuu, 71 Alito, Justice Samuel, 80 Allen, Peter, 143, 148 Alwood, Cindie, 277–279 Amaral, Nelson, 274 Amazon.com, 70, 72, 112, 141, 145, 150, 291, 292 American Folklore Society, 265 American Society of Media Photographers, 316 analog sampling, 197–200 Anderson, Daniel, 3, 331 Anderson, Nate, 72 Anderson, Zac, 333 Andolsen, Barbara Hilkert, 179, 185 Ang, Ien, 228 Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA), 39, 251 Anti-piracy filters, 326, 328–330 Anzaldúa, Gloria, 260–261, 266 Apple iPhone, 292 appropriation, 57–60, 91, 214, 261, 263, 326, 331 art, 6, 125–120, 248, 312, 315–319 of cultural practices, 213, 221, 225, 227, 231–233, 239–241, 247 of user contributions, 114, 120 Arkham Asylum, 149 Arnab, Alapan, 143, 151 Aron, Jacob, 343 Art Institute of Chicago, 99, 313, 315 art publishing, 6, 91–104 Art Resource (ArtRes), 99, 100 artificial exclusivity, 144, 148–150 artificial scarcity, 144, 145–147 Artstor Images for Academic Publishing (IAP), 104 ArXiv, 49–50 Associated Press (AP), 58–59 Association...

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