Sep 21

Öffentliche Keynote und Expert:innen-Workshop

Copyrights, CARE and African Music Archives: Tensions between Artists’ Interests and the Repatriation of Music

Expert Workshop Copyrights, CARE and African Music Archives

© Autor:in: Thomas Hartmann

“Copyright and Non-Use”, öffentliche Keynote von Prof. Dr. Martin Kretschmer (CREATe, University of Glasgow) 

"One of the core rationales of copyright law is “to benefit learning”. The law attempts to do this by encouraging creative production and use through awarding exclusive rights. Yet, we live in a world where most materials protected by copyright law are not in use. This talk reviews the empirical evidence about the use of in- and out-of-copyright materials, and of those whose copyright status is uncertain. Risk based strategies to release such materials (including financial, reputational, ethical and time risks) will be explored."

Interessierte sind herzlich eingeladen, dem Vortrag am 21.09.2022, 16.30-18.00 Uhr remote (über Zoom) zu folgen. Um die Zugangsdaten zu erhalten, schreiben Sie bitte an cdmd[at]nfdi4culture.de.

Die Keynote eröffnet den Expert:innen-Workshops Copyrights, CARE and African Music Archives: Tensions between Artists’ Interests and the Repatriation of Music, den das Archiv für die Musik Afrikas an der Universitätsbibliothek Mainz, das Institut für Ethnologie und Afrikastudien, CEDITRAA, NFDI4Culture und das Centre for Digital Music Documentation (CDMD) der Akademie der Wissenschaften und der Literatur Mainz gemeinsam ausrichtet.