Monthly Archives: November 2016

Talking Copyright at the Barras

On Saturday 12th November, CREATe staff joined university colleagues to bring a range of social science research to visitors at Glasgow’s famous Barrowlands (Barras) market. As part of the ESRC Festival of Social Sciences, the Barras Social was a day of exhibitions, games, … Continue reading

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CREATe at the Barras: ESRC Festival of Social Science

This weekend, CREATe staff will become market stallholders, as we bring our research to the Barras market in the east end of Glasgow. CREATe is taking part in in ‘The Barras Social’, a College initiative to celebrate the ESRC Festival … Continue reading

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Trade mark protection of public domain works: CREATe academics contribute to Opinion by European Copyright Society

CREATe research has explored the public domain in the context of copyright law. However, can cultural works that are in the public domain as a matter of copyright law, be protected as registered trade marks? The European Copyright Society has … Continue reading

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CREATe: a research centre at the intersection of law, technology and social science

CREATe’s Director Martin Kretschmer introduces the CREATe Festival (Royal Society of Arts, London, 24 June 2016): Research matters. And it matters most where there are fault lines in society. Fault lines may appear unbridgeable, and (to stay in the metaphor) they … Continue reading

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