Reflections on Copyright Law and Scholarly Publishing over Fifty Years

For the 50th anniversary issue of the Journal of Scholarly Publishing this article reviews the past half-century of copyright law as it bears on scholarly publishing, especially that done by university presses, It pays special attention to how the jurisprudence concerning "fair use" developed over this period during which time the author was serving on the copyright committees of the Association of American University Presses and the Association of American Publishers and also on the board of directors of the Copyright Clearance Center.

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Work Title Reflections on Copyright Law and Scholarly Publishing over Fifty Years
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  1. Sanford G. Thatcher
Keyword
  1. copyright
  2. scholarly publishing
License Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0)
Work Type Article
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  1. University of Toronto Press
Publication Date October 1, 2019
Subject
  1. copyright and scholarly publishing
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  1. English
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  1. 10.3138/jsp.51.1.o2
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  1. Canada
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  1. Journal of Scholarly Publishing
Deposited November 18, 2020

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    • Journal of Scholarly Publishing
    Keyword
    • copyright, scholarly publishing
    Subject
    • copyright and scholarly publishing
    Language
    • English
    Publisher
    • University of Toronto Press
    Geographic Area
    • Canada
    Publisher Identifier (DOI)
    • 10.3138/jsp.51.1.o2
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    • 2019-10-01
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    • For the 50th anniversary issue of the Journal of Scholarly Publishing this article reviews the past half-century of copyright law as it bears on scholarly publishing, especially that done by university presses, It pays special attention to how the jurisprudence concerning "fair use" developed over this period during which time the author was serving on the copyright committees of the Association of American University Presses and the Association of American Publishers and also on the board of directors of the Copyright Clearance Center.
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