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  • Copyright and publicly funded Arts and Humanities research: identifying and developing sustainable exploitation models in the digital economy 

    Waelde, Charlotte; Kheria, S; Levin, N (University of Exeter, 2015)
    In this pilot project, we examine the relationships between copyright, publicly funded arts and humanities research, and research processes in the digital era based on case studies of six different AHRC-funded projects: ...
  • Disabled Dance: Grounding the Practice in the Law of 'Cultural Heritage' 

    Waelde, Charlotte; Harmon, S; Whatley, S (University of Newcastle upon Tyne, 2014)
    The arts, including dance, hold great importance in society. The InVisible Difference project seeks to extend thinking and alter practice around the making, status, ownership, and value of work by contemporary dance ...
  • Human Rights, persons with disabilities and copyright 

    Waelde, Charlotte; Brown, A (Edward Elgar, 2015-02-27)
    Human rights, copyright, and disability: individually each of these systems has something to say about culture, cultural activity and access to culture. Collectively, what do they say about access to, and participation in, ...
  • IP, Disability, culture and exceptionalism: does copyright law deal with difference? 

    Waelde, Charlotte; Brown, A (Edward Elgar, 2015-03-27)
    This chapter explores the extent to which human rights laws relating to disability and copyright conflict or complement each other. Does copyright consider itself lex specialis? If one sees the human rights and disability ...
  • Let's Dance! But who owns it? 

    Waelde, Charlotte; Whatley, S; Pavis, M (Sweet & Maxwell, 2014)
    Commercialise to survive: this is one strong message being given by the Arts Council to the creative sector. In a time of tightening purse strings, so alternative modes of financial survival have to be developed which do ...
  • Music and dance: beyond copyright text? 

    Waelde, Charlotte; Schlesinger, Philip (School of Law, University of Edinburgh, 2011-12)
    Are experiential, experimental forms of music and dance beyond protection by copyright? If they are, how might these art forms best be protected by cultural policy and cultural economics? These were the key questions that ...
  • RICHES IPR Strategy Report 

    Waelde, Charlotte; Cummings, C (University of Exeter / RICHES project, 2015)
    RICHES is at the forefront of re-thinking the intersections between cultural heritage, copyright and human (cultural) rights in the digitised era. The last two decades have witnessed significant changes to the ways in ...
  • SCRIPT: A legacy of vitality 

    Waelde, Charlotte; Harmon, S; Brown, A (AHRC Research Centre for Studies in Intellectual Property and Technology Law / University of Edinburgh, 2015)
    From 2002 to 2012, the Arts and Humanities Research Council funded SCRIPT, the Centre for Research on Intellectual Property and Technology Law. Based in the Law School at the University of Edinburgh, it allowed a diverse ...