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Title Privilege and property : essays on the history of copyright / edited by Ronan Deazley, Martin Kretschmer and Lionel Bently.

Publication Info. Cambridge, U.K. : OpenBook, 2010.

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Description 1 online resource (xii, 438 pages) : illustrations
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Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 397-426) and index.
Contents Introduction. The history of copyright history : notes from an emerging discipline / Martin Kretschmer, with lionel Bentley and Ronan Deazley -- From gunpowder to print : the common origins of copyright and patent / Joanna Kostylo -- 'A Mongrel of Early Modern Copyright' : Scotland in European perspective / Alastair J. Mann -- Public sphere and the emergence of copyright : areopagitica, the stationers' company, and the Statute of Anne / Mark Rose -- Early American printing privileges. the ambivalent origins of authors' copyright in America / Oren Bracha -- Author and work in the French print privileges system : some milestones / Laurent Pfister -- Venetian experiment on Perpetual copyright / Maurizio Borghi -- Copyright formalities and the reasons for their decline in nineteenth century Europe / Stef van Gompel -- Berlin publisher Friedrich Nicolai and the reprinting sections of the Prussian Statute Book of 1794 / Friedemann Kawohl -- Nineteenth century controversies relating to the protection of artistic property in France / Frédéric Rideau -- Maps, views and ornament : visualising property in art and law. The case of pre-modern France / Katie Scott -- Breaking the mould? The radical nature of the Fine Arts Copyright Bill 1862 / Ronan Deazley -- 'Neither bolt nor chain, iron safe nor private watchman, can prevent the theft of words' : the birth of the performing right in Britain / Isabella Alexander -- Return of the commons -- copyright history as a common source / Karl-Nikolaus Peifer -- Significance of copyright history for publishing history and historians / John Feather -- Metaphors of intellectual property / William St. Clair.
Summary "What can and can't be copied is a matter of law, but also of aesthetics, culture, and economics. The act of copying, and the creation and transaction of rights relating to it, evokes fundamental notions of communication and censorship, of authorship and ownership--of privilege and property. This volume conceives a new history of copyright law as fifteen leading academics discuss the changing state of intellectual property across time and between countries"--Publisher's description.
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Subject Copyright -- History.
LAW -- Intellectual Property -- Copyright.
Copyright. (OCoLC)fst00878706
Auteursrecht.
Indexed Term Law
Aesthetics
Cultural studies
John Milton
Legal history
Copyright history
Copyright law
Creative commons
Patent
Intellectual property
Pubic domain
Book history
Censorship
Genre/Form Electronic books.
History. (OCoLC)fst01411628
Added Author Deazley, Ronan.
Kretschmer, Martin, 1963-
Bently, Lionel, 1964-
Other Form: Print version: Privilege and property. Cambridge, U.K. : OpenBook, 2010 (OCoLC)644288794
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