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Series: Rutgers Series: The Public Life of the Arts. Published by: Rutgers University Press. But who really owns these art forms? Is it the community in which they were originally generated, or the culture that has absorbed them?While claims of authenticity or quality may prompt some consumers to seek cultural products at their source, the communities of origin are generally unable to exclude copyists through legal action. Like other works of unincorporated group authorship, cultural products lack protection under our system of intellectual property law.
Cultural Appropriation and the Arts. Susan Scafidi is a member of the law and history faculties at Southern Methodist University. The Ethics of Cultural Appropriation. She has taught at the University of Chicago Law School, Saint Louis University School of Law, and most recently, the Yale Law School. Series: Rutgers Series: The Public Life of the Arts. Paperback: 208 pages. ISBN-10: 9780813536064.
Rutgers Series on the Public Life of the Arts (ebook). Published May 2nd 2011 by Rutgers University Press. Author(s): Susan Scafidi. ISBN: 1280462884 (ISBN13: 9781280462887).
Who Owns Culture? book . Scafidi herself is scrupulous throughout the book in her choices of examples to illustrate how cultural appropriation can harm vulnerable groups, but she also discusses how some level of cultural exchange, even if intended as appropriation, is essential for tolerance and indeed progress at all.
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This book thoughtfully explores the interesting issue of to what extent the law should protect cultural products and customs. Current intellectual property law is very much oriented towards the protection of rights of individual entities and largely ignores the creations that are attributable to the efforts of cultural groups. A good portion of the book examines various aspects of cultural life and the internal and external ramifications to individuals, communities, and societies. Series: Rutgers Series on the Public Life of the Arts. File: PDF, . 7 MB. Читать онлайн.
Appropriation and Authenticity in American Law. by Susan Scafidi.
Americans are cultural copycats
Americans are cultural copycats. White suburban youths perform rap music, New York fashion designers ransack the world’s closets for inspiration, and Euro-American authors adopt the voice of a geisha or shaman. The ownership of these art forms, however, remains contested. Who Owns Culture? offers the first comprehensive analysis of cultural authorship and appropriation within American law. From indigenous art to Linux, Susan Scafidi takes the reader on a tour of the no-man’s-land between law and culture, pausing to ask: What prompts us to offer legal protection to works of literature, but not folklore?
Cultural appropriation is a pervasive feature of the contemporary world (the Parthenon . Culture, appropriation, and art, the keywords in the book's title, are all notoriously difficult to define. Young does not dedicate his book to defining these terms.
Cultural appropriation is a pervasive feature of the contemporary world (the Parthenon . Cultural Property and Traditional Law. Collective Knowledge and Collective Property. Instead he clarifies family resemblances of these concepts, which he uses to make a case against cultural appropriation generally and the incorporation of cultural appropriation in the arts specifically. Choice, November 2008).
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Rutgers University Press, MLA Citation. Who Owns Culture?: Appropriation And Authenticity In American Law. New Brunswick, . These citations may not conform precisely to your selected citation style. Please use this display as a guideline and modify as needed. Rutgers series on the public life of the arts. Topics: Intellectual property - United States.
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