Kerry Patterson

  • Profile

    Project Title: Digitising the Edwin Morgan Scrapbooks

    Research Interests:

    • Museum And Gallery Studies
    • Archives
    • Art History

  • Biography

    I joined The University of Glasgow in November 2014, after working in the Museums and Galleries sector for ten years. My areas of interest include Modern and Contemporary Art, Fine Art Printmaking, Collections Management and Copyright. I have a History of Art degree from The University of Glasgow and a MA in Art Gallery & Museum Studies from The University of Manchester.

  • Outputs


    Conference Presentations

    Selection is Creation: The Edwin Morgan Scrapbooks, Kerry Patterson, Material Culture in Action: Practices of making, collecting and re-enacting art and design, Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow, September 7th 2015
  • Related Work

    Special Collections Blog Posts:

    The Edwin Morgan Scrapbook Project

    Edwin Morgan & The Fortean Society

    Edwin Morgan & Surrealism


Kerry's Social Stream
Kerry's Posting Activity

How much do we know about notice-and-takedown? Guest post on Kluwer Copyright Blog

CREATe Director Martin Kretschmer and Kristofer Erickson (Associate Professor of Media and Communication, University of Leeds), have written a post for the Kluwer Copyright blog on EU copyright enforcement. The article explores the dramatic change to the regime that governs the liability of online intermediaries established with the E-Commerce Directive (Directive 2000/31/EC). The full blog post can be read here. The article on Youtube takedowns is available here, and CREATe’s resource page on EU Copyright Reform can be found here.

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“This Video is Unavailable”: New paper by Erickson and Kretschmer

The Journal of Intellectual Property, Information Technology and Electronic Commerce Law is publishing Kris Erickson and Martin Kretschmer’s article “This Video is Unavailable”: Analyzing Copyright Takedown of User-Generated Content on YouTube, in its issue available today. The study offers an important empirical perspective on the actual behaviour of rightholders in removing potentially infringing content. This matters as the European Union is seeking to create new obligations on platform intermediaries that may amount to default filtering of content uploaded by users. As Erickson and Kretschmer say: “We suggest that evolving policy on intermediary liability – for example with respect to imposing filtering systems (automatically ensuring “stay-down” of potentially infringing content) – should be carefully evaluated against evidence of actual behavior, which this … Continue reading

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Copyright Questions? Join us for #copyrighthour on Twitter: Friday 25 May @ 2pm

CREATe is encouraging questions from the GLAM (Galleries, Libraries, Archives & Museums) Sector during our #copyrighthour on Friday 25th May at 2pm (GMT+1). We are delighted to welcome copyright specialist and CREATe Industry Fellow Naomi Korn, who will be answering copyright questions and signposting useful resources for museums and cultural institutions. Naomi and her team are specialists in copyright, data protection, licensing and information law compliance. Naomi will answer through her Twitter account @NKorn with support from CREATe (@copyrightcentre) and Copyright User (@copyrightuser). Please use the hashtag #copyrighthour in questions and comments for Naomi.

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