copyright bibliography

A copyright bibliography

History and philosophy of copyright

  • William Alford To Steal a Book is an Elegant Offense (Stanford University Press, 1995)
  • Nancy Anderson & David Greenberg "From Substance to Form: Legal Theories of Pashukanis and Edelman" (1983) Social Text Vol 7 pp69 -84
  • Lawrence Becker "Deserving to Own Intellectual Property" 68 Chicago Kent Law Review 609 (1992-3)
  • Ronald V. Bettig Copyrighting Culture: The Political Economy of Intellectual Property (Westview, 1996)
  • James Boyle Shamans, Software and Spleens (Harvard University Press, 1996)
  • Stephen Breyer "The Uneasy Case for Copyright: A Study of Copyright in Books, Photocopies and Computer Programs" Vol 84 Harvard Law Review(1970) p281
  • Lise Buranen (Editor) Perspectives on Plagiarism and Intellectual Property in a Postmodern World, ( State Uni Of NY, 1999)
  • Rosemary Coombe "Objects of Property and Subjects of Politics: Intellectual Property Laws and Democratic Dialogue" (1991)Texas Law Review Vol 69 p1588
  • Rosemary Coombe "Introduction: The Potential for an Interdisciplinary Approach to Intellectual Property Scholarship" (1991) 6 Intellectual Property Journal. 265
  • Peter Drahos A Philosphy of Intellectual Property (Dartmouth, 1996)
  • Bernard Edelman Ownership of the Image. Elements for a Marxist Theory of Law trans. Elizabeth Kingdom & Paul Hirst (London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1979)
  • John Feather Publishing, Piracy and Politics: An Historical Study of Copyright in Britain (London: Mansell, 1994)
  • C. Fox Locke and the Scriblerians: Identity and Consciousness in Early Eighteenth Century Britain (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1988)
  • Barbara Friedman "Note: From Deontology to Dialogue: The Cultural Consequences of Copyright" 13 Cardozo Arts & Entertainment Law Journal 157 (1994)
  • Jane Ginsburg "A Tale of Two Copyrights: Literary Property in Revolutionary France and America", (1990) 64 Tulane Law Review 991
  • Jane Ginsburg "Creation of Commercial Value: Copyright Protection of Works of Information" (1990) 90 Columbia Law Review 1865
  • Paul Goldstein Copyright's Highway (1994)
  • Wendy Gordon "An Inquiry into the Merits of Copyright: The Challenges of Consistency, Consent and Encouragement Theory" (1989) 41 Stanford Law Review p1343
  • Wendy Gordon "Towards a Jurisprudence of benefits: The Norms of Copyright and the Problem of Private Censorship" (1990) 57 University of Chicago Law Review 1009
  • Wendy Gordon "A Property Right in Self Expression" (1993) 102 Yale Law Review 1533
  • Willem Grosheide "Paradigms in Copyright Law" in Sherman, Brad & Strowel, Alain (eds) Of Authors and Origins: Essays on Copyright Law (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1994) p203-233
  • Grant Hammond "The Legal Protection of Ideas" (1991) 29 Osgoode Hall Law Journal 93
  • G.W.F. Hegel (1821) Hegel's Philosophy of Right (Allen W. Wood ed, Cambridge University Press 1991)
  • Edward Hettinger "Justifying Intellectual Property" (1989) Philosophy and Public Affairs Vol 18 No 1 p31
  • Justin Hughes "The Philosophy of Intellectual Property" 77 The Georgetown Law Journal (1988) p287
  • Peter Jaszi "Toward a Theory of Copyright: The Metamorphoses of Authorship" 1991 Duke Law Journal 455
  • Immanuel Kant "Of the Injustice of Counterfeiting Books" 1 Essays and Treatises on Moral, Political and Various Philosophical Subjects 225,229-30 (W Richardson Trans. 1798); also in Cambridge Practical Morals (Cambridge UP, 1997)
  • Immanuel Kant Critique of Judgment trans. W Pluhar (Hackett 1987)
  • Immanuel Kant Metaphysics of Morals trans. Mary Gregor (Cambridge UP, 1991)
  • Benjamin Kaplan An Unhurried View of Copyright (New York: Columbia University Press, 1967)
  • Linda Lacey "Of Bread and Roses and Copyright" (1989) Duke Law Journal 1532
  • Lawrence Lessig, Code and Other Laws of Cyberspace, (Basic Books, 1999)
  • Jessica Litman "Copyright as Myth" (1991) 53 University of Pittsburgh Law Review 235
  • John Locke "Letters No. 1268 & 1288" in The Correspondence of John Locke edited by E.S. De Beer (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1979) Vol Four at 38 & 65
  • John Locke "Documents relating to the termination of the Licensing Act, 1695" in The Correspondence of John Locke edited by E.S. De Beer (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1979) Vol Five at 786
  • Ian Parsons "Copyright and Society" in Essays in the History of Publishing (ed) A. Briggs (London: Longman, 1974) p29
  • Lyman Ray Patterson Copyright in Historical Perspective (Nashville: Vandebilt University Press, 1968)
  • Margaret Radin "Property and Personhood" (1982) 34 Stanford Law Review 957
  • Mark Rose Authors and Owners. The invention of copyright (Cambridge, Massachusetts. London: Harvard University Press, 1993)
  • Trevor Ross, "Copyright and the Invention of Tradition" (1992) Eighteenth Century Studies 26:1 pp1-27
  • David Saunders Authorship and Copyright (London: Routledge, 1992)
  • David Saunders "Dropping the Subject: An Argument for a Positive History of Authorship and the Law of Copyright" in Sherman, Brad & Strowel, Alain (eds) Of Authors and Origins: Essays on Copyright Law (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1994) pp93-110
  • Hillel Schwartz The Culture of the Copy (Zone Books, 1996)
  • Brd Sherman & Lionel Bently, The Making of Modern Intellectual Property Law, (Cambridge UP, 1999)
  • Brad Sherman & Alain Strowel (eds) Of Authors and Origins: Essays on Copyright Law (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1994)
  • Barry Tyerman "The Economic Rationale for Copyright Protection for Published Books: A Reply to Professor Breyer" (1971) 18 UCLA Law Review 1100
  • David Vaver "Some Agnostic Observations on Intellectual Property" (1991) 6 Intellectual Property Journal. 125
  • Jeremy Waldron "From Authors to Copiers" 68 Chicago Kent Law Review 841 (1988)
  • Martha Woodmansee The Author, Art & the Market (Columbia University Press 1994)
  • Martha Woodmansee & Peter Jaszi (eds) The Construction of Authorship: Textual Appropriation in Law and Literature (Durham, London: Duke University Press, 1994)
  • A Yen "Restoring the Natural Law: Copyright as Labor and Possession" (1990) 51Ohio State Law Journal 517

Literature and Copyright

  • M.H. Abrams, The Mirror and the Lamp: Romantic Theory and the Critical Tradition (New York: W.W. Norton & Co, 1953)
  • Raymond Astbury " The Renewal of the Licensing Act of 1693 and its Lapse in 1695" Library (1978) 5th series, Vol 33 p313
  • G.E. Bentley "Copyright Documents in the George Robinson Archive: William Godwin and Others 1713-1820" 35 Studies in Bibliography (1982) p67
  • Victor Bonham-Carter Authors By Profession Volumes One & Two (London: The Society of Authors, 1978)
  • John Feather The Provincial Book Trade in 18th century England (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1985)
  • John Feather A History of British Publishing (London: Croom Helm, 1988)
  • John Feather "The Book Trade in Politics: The Making of the Copyright Act of 1710" Publishing History 8 (1980) p19
  • John Feather "Authors, Publishers and Politicians: The History of Copyright" (1988) 12 European Intellectual Property Review 377
  • John Feather "Publishers and Politicians: The Remaking of the Law of Copyright in Britain 1775-1842 Part I: Legal Deposit and the Battle of the Library Tax"Publishing History 24 (1988) p49
  • John Feather "Publishers and Politicians: The Remaking of the Law of Copyright in Britain 1775-1842 Part II: The Rights of Authors" Publishing History 25 (1989) p45
  • John Feather "From Rights to Copies to Copyright: The Recognition of Author's Rights in English Law and Practice in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries" Cardozo Arts & Entertainment Law Journal Vol 10 No 2 (1992) p455
  • John Feather "John Nouse and his Authors" 34 Studies in Bibliography (1981) p205
  • John Feather "The Publishers and the Pirates. British Copyright Law in Theory and Practice, 1710-1775" Publishing History 22 (1987) p5
  • Carla Hesse "Enlightenment Epistemology and the Laws of Authorship in Revolutionary France 1777-1793" 30 Representations (1990) p109
  • G. Jackson "From Essence to Accident: Locke and the Language of Poetry in the Eighteenth Century" in John Locke: Critical Assessments, edited by R. Ashcraft, (London: Routledge, 1991)
  • Alvin Kernan "Chapter 5. Plagiarism and Poetics: Literature as Property and Ethos" in Alvin Kernan The Death of Literature (Yale University, 1990) pp108-125
  • Joseph Loewenstein "The Script in the Marketplace" 12 Representations (1985) pp101-114
  • Jeffrey Masten "Beaumont and/or Fletcher: Collaboration and the Interpretation of Renaissance Drama" Cardozo Arts & Entertainment Law JournalVol 10 (1992) pp625- 645
  • Jeffrey Masten Textual Intercourse: Collaboration, Authorship and Sexualities in Renaissance Drama (Cambridge University Press, 1997)
  • Stephen Parks (ed)The Literary Property Debate: Seven Tracts, 1747-1773 (New York: Garland Publishing, 1974)
  • Stephen Parks (ed)The Literary Property Debate: Six Tracts 1764-1774. (New York: Garland Publishing, 1975)
  • Monroe Price and Malla Pollack "The Author in Copyright. Notes for the Literary Critic" 10 Cardozo Arts & Entertainment Law Journal (1992) pp703-720
  • Mark Rose "The Author as Proprietor: Donaldson v. Becket and the Genealogy of Modern Authorship" 23 Representations (1988) p51
  • Mark Rose "The Author in Court: Pope v. Curll (1741)" 10 Cardozo Arts & Entertainment Law Journal (1992) pp475-493
  • David Saunders "The internationalisation of copyright and authorship" in David Saunders Authorship and Copyright (London: Routledge, 1992) pp167-185
  • Martha Woodmansee "The Genius and the Copyright: economic and legal conditions of the emergence of the 'author'" Eighteenth Century Studies 17 (1984) p425
  • Martha Woodmansee "On the Author Effect: Recovering Collectivity" Cardozo Arts & Entertainment Law Journal Vol 10 No 2 (1992) p279

Art and Copyright

  • (eds) D McClean & K Schubert, Dear Images, Art, Copyright and Culture, (Ridinghouse/IAC, London 2002)
  • Background Briefing, external linkStretching the Canvas: Investing in Art in Australia, 11/08/02
  • R Arnold "Towards a Performer's Copyright: An Analysis of Rickless v United Artists" (1987) 4 European Intellectual Property Review 97
  • Geoffrey Batchen "Manifest Data: The image in the age of electronic reproduction" Australian Art Monthly N o 96 Dec 1996 pp4-6
  • Mary E. Carter Electronic Highway Robbery : An Artist's Guide to Copyrights in the Digital Era, (Peachpit Press, 1996)
  • Wendy Chadwick & Isabelle de Courtivron (eds) Significant Others. Creativity and Intimate Partnership (Thames & Hudson 1996) pp7-13
  • Alice Beckett "Original Copies" in Alice Beckett Forgery and the Art World (Richard Cohen Books 1995) pp118-129
  • JSG Boggs "Who Owns This?" 68 Chicago Kent Law Review (1993) 889
  • Kathy Bowrey "Copyright, Photography and Computer Works - the fiction of an original expression" University of New South Wales Law Journal(1995) 18:2 p278
  • Jane Gaines Contested Culture. The Image, The Voice and The Law (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1991
  • Marci Hamilton "Four Questions about Art" in 13Cardozo Arts & Entertainment Law Journal (1994) p119
  • Anthony Hughes & Erich Ranfft (eds) Sculpture and its Reproductions (Reaktion Books, 1997)
  • Brian Kiernan "Whose Play is it anyway?"Good Weekend. Sydney Morning Herald 6.7.96 pp33-37
  • Sean Wood "Two Left Feet: Government's Tango with Copyright and Choreography" Intellectual Property Journal Vol 6 (1991) pp291-312

Music and Copyright

  • Andy Boon, Steve Greenfield & Guy Osborn "Complete Control? Judicial and Practical Approaches to the Negotiation of Music Contracts" International Journal of the Sociology of Law (1996) Vol 24 pp89-115
  • Phillip Haywood Music at the Borders (John Libbey, 1998)
  • Alan Korn "Renaming that Tune: Audio Collage, Parody and Fair Use" (1992) 22Golden Gate University Law Review 321
  • Negativland Fair Use: The Story of the Letter U and the Numeral 2 (Seeland, 1995)
  • external linkFuture of Music Coalition (FMC)
  • external linkHome Recording Rights Coalition
  • external linkMagnus-Opus

Broadcasting

  • Celia Lury Cultural Rights. Technology, Legality and Personality (Routledge 1993)
  • A Moran, Copycat television: Globalisation, Program Formats and Cultural Identity, (Uni of Luton Press, 1998)

New technology issues

  • Sven Birkerts, The Gutenberg Elegies, (Faber 1994)
  • Anne Branscomb Who Owns Information? From Privacy to Public Access (Basic Books, 1994)
  • Amanda Chandler "The Changing Definition and Image of Hackers in Popular Discourse" International Journal of the Sociology of Law (1996) 24 pp229-251
  • Congress of the U.S., Intellectual Property Rights in an Age of Electronics and Information, Office of Technology Assessment 1986
  • John Brockman, (ed) Digerati, (Orion, 1996)
  • Richard Coyne, Techno romanticism, (MIT,1999)
  • Mark Dery, Escape Velocity, (Hodder & Stoughton, 1996)
  • Ithiel de Sola Pool, Technologies of Freedom, (Harvard University Press, 1983)
  • Timothy Druckery, (ed) Electronic Culture. Technology and Visual Representation (Aperture, 1996)
  • Simson Garkinkel, Database Nation, (O'Reily, 2000)
  • "The external linkGNU Manifesto - GNU Project"
  • Donna J. Haraway, Simians, Cyborgs and Women: The Reinvention of Nature, (Routledge, 1991)
  • Donna J. Haraway, Modest_Witness@Second_Millennium.FemaleMan©_Meets_OncoMouse ™, (Routledge, 1997)
  • Colin Harrison (ed) "The Searchable Soul. Privacy in the age of information technology", Forum, Harper's Magazine, January 2000, p57
  • Edward S. Herman & Robert W. McChesney, The Global Media, (1997, London: Cassell)
  • Richard Holeton, Composing Cyberspace : Identity, Community, and Knowledge in the Electronic Age, (McGraw Hill, 1997)
  • Brian Kahin & Charles Nesson, (eds) Borders in Cyberspace, (MIT Press, 1997)
  • The Committee on Intellectual property and the Emerging Information Infrastructure, external linkThe Digital Dilemma. Intellectual Property in the Information Age (National Research Council 2000),
  • Lawrence Lessig, Code and Other Laws of Cyberspace, (NY: Basic Books, 1999)
  • Paul Levinson, The Soft Edge (Routledge, 1998)
  • Jessica Litman, Digital Copyright, (Prometheus Books, 2001)
  • Paul Levinson, Bestseller. wired, Analog and digital writings, (Pulpless Press, 1999)
  • Peter Ludlow, (ed) High Noon on the Electronic Frontier: Conceptual Issues in Cyberspace, (MIT Press, 1996)
  • Celia Lury Cultural Rights. Technology, Legality and Personality (Routledge 1993)
  • Richard B. McKenzie, Trust on Trial: How the Microsoft Case is Reframing the Rules of Competition, (Persueus Press, 2000)
  • Marshall McLuhan Understanding Media, (1967, London: First Sphere Books edition)
  • Alberto Manguel, "St Augustine's Computer" in Into the Looking Glass Wood, (Bloomsbury, 1999)
  • Robin Mansell & Roger Silverstone, (eds) Communication by Design, (Oxford University Press, 1996)
  • Stephen E. Margolis, Stanley J. Liebowitz, Winners, Losers & Microsoft : Competition and Antitrust in High Technology, (Independent Inst, 1999)
  • Glynn Moody, The Rebel Code, (Penguin Press, 2001)
  • James Joseph O'Donnel Avatars of the Word : From Papyrus to Cyberspace, (Harvard UP, 1998)
  • Olu Oguibe "external linkForsaken Geographies: Cyberspace and the New World 'Other'"
  • Richard A. Posner, Natural Monopoly and Its Regulation, (Cato Press, 1999)
  • Douglas S. Robertson, The New Renaissance : Computers and the Next Level of Civilization, (Oxford UP, 1998)
  • Ziauddin Sardar & Jerome R. Ravetz (eds), Cyberfutures, (Pluto Press, 1996)
  • Dan Schiller, Digital Capitalism : Networking the Global Market System, (MIT 2000)
  • Seth Shulman, Owning the Future, (Houghton Mifflin, 1999)
  • David G. Stork (ed), HAL's Legacy, (MIT, 1996)
  • Lance Strate, Ron Jacobson & Stephanie Gibson (eds) , Communication and Cyberspace, (Hampton Press, 1996)
  • Thomas Streeter "Broadcast Copyright and Bureaucratization of Property" in Cardozo Arts & Entertainment Law Journal Vol 10 (1992) pp567-590
  • Mark J. Stefik, Vinton G. Cerf, Internet Dreams : Archetypes, Myths, and Metaphors, (MIT, 1997)
  • Mark Stefik, The Internet Edge, (MIT, 1999)
  • Mark Wayner, Free For All (Harper Business,2000 )
  • Margaret Wertheim, the Pearly Gates of Cyberspace, (Doubleday, 1999)

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