Category Archives: CREATe Blog

Regular opinion pieces by consortium faculty, with a focus on the interdisciplinary character of our pioneering project

CREATe 2020 Onwards: new PhDs, new staff, new projects

As we embark on the first semester of the 2020-21 academic year, it is a good time to take an overview of our current upcoming projects, and note some changes to the CREATe Team and Researcher community. A significant area … Continue reading

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New Working Paper – Memes and Parasites: A discourse analysis of the Copyright in the Digital Single Market Directive

CREATe presents the tenth entry into our series of working papers released in 2020: “Memes and Parasites: A discourse analysis of the Copyright in the Digital Single Market Directive” by Dr Ula Furgal, Prof. Martin Kretschmer and Amy Thomas. As … Continue reading

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CREATe online seminars with our new postdoctoral researchers this semester

CREATe is happy to announce a series of seminars with our early career researchers, which will be held online. Can 3D technology change the way we view the ownership of cultural heritage? The first seminar with Dr Pınar Oruç our … Continue reading

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Making Google and Facebook pay? Comparing the EU press publishers’ right and Australian Draft Media Bargaining Code

A public consultation submission by CREATe and IPRIA The tension between news media and digital platforms has been growing for years. While going through financial difficulties caused by the adaptation to the new digital reality, news media organisations strongly object … Continue reading

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Report: CREATe PGR students present at UofG School of Law “Work in Progress” Session

On 31 July 2020 CREATe PGRs participated in the University of Glasgow School of Law virtual PGR ‘Work in Progress’ session, sharing their updates under the Law and Technology (Methinee Suwannakit and Zihao Li), Social, Economic and Cultural Rights Recognition … Continue reading

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New Working Paper: After the post-public sphere

CREATe presents the ninth entry into our series of working papers released in 2020: “After the post-public sphere” by Prof. Philip Schlesinger (Professor in Cultural Theory, Centre for Cultural Policy Research and Deputy Director of CREATe, University of Glasgow). Sometimes, … Continue reading

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Upcoming Conferences featuring CREATe Team & Researchers

A number of CREATe researchers will be presenting at two major conferences in September, which can both be accessed online this year: The Society of Legal Scholars (SLS) Conference 1-4 September 2020 European Policy for Intellectual Property (EPIP 2020) Conference … Continue reading

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Report – CREATe Public Lecture by Professor Lionel Bently on Copyright and Quotation: Beyond the Textual Paradigm

This report is being published together with the related CREATe Working Paper 2020/8 – Copyright and Quotation in Film and TV – by Professor Lionel Bently. The paper Copyright and Quotation in Film and TV is an edited transcript of … Continue reading

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UK sovereignty: A challenge for the creative industries

This is a written version of a presentation given by Prof. Martin Kretschmer on 16 July 2020 at the Westminster Media Forum policy conference “The future for the UK’s copyright framework”. A shorter blog is available via the AHRC Creative … Continue reading

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Implementing the CDSM: Overcoming polarisation through better consultation?

Guest post by Lee Edwards, Associate Professor at LSE, and Giles Moss, Associate Professor at University of Leeds. In just under a year’s time, the Copyright in the Digital Single Market directive (CDSM) should be fully implemented in EU member … Continue reading

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