Kerry Patterson

  • Profile

    Email: Kerry.Patterson@glasgow.ac.uk
    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

    Publications

    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

     

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Two New Working Papers from the Digitising the Edwin Morgan Scrapbooks Project

Two new papers are now available in the CREATe Working Papers series, both from the Digitising the Edwin Morgan Scrapbooks Project: Digitising the Edwin Morgan Scrapbooks: A Research Compendium This paper reports findings from a rights clearance simulation on a culturally significant set of unpublished scrapbooks created by Edwin Morgan, the first Scots Makar. Although unpublished, the scrapbooks are replete with orphan material, such as cuttings from newspapers, magazines and books. The researchers conclude that mass digitisation and diligent search are fundamentally incompatible, however light-touch the diligent search obligation might be. The paper can be accessed here: Digitising the Edwin Morgan Scrapbooks: A Research Compendium Digitising the Edwin Morgan Scrapbooks: Copyright Guidance Notes This paper compiles twelve Notes exploring copyright issues commonly encountered … Continue reading

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Launch of the new Common Law Programme

The School of Law at the University of Glasgow is marking the introduction of the new Common Law Programme with an exciting launch programme on Friday 19 October 2018 from 15:00 – 19:00. The event starts with a panel session including senior members of the judiciary, practitioners and academics on the tradition and evolution of the common law. Included on the panel is Sir Richard Arnold, who is a member of the CREATe Programme Advisory Council: Sir Richard Arnold: https://www.judiciary.uk/publications/mr-justice-arnold/ Professor David Ormerod: http://www.law.qmul.ac.uk/staff/ormerod.html Professor Cally Jordan: https://law.unimelb.edu.au/about/staff/cally-jordan Sir William Blair: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Blair_(judge) Professor John Cairns: http://www.law.ed.ac.uk/people/johnwcairns Dr Julian Farrand QC Panel Chair: Professor Andreas Rahmatian Lady Hale will give the keynote address at 4.30pm and the event will be followed by a drinks reception. Register for the event: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/common-law-launch-registration-50533838070 

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Updates to CREATe’s EU Copyright Reform Resource

Following the vote in the EU Parliament on 11 September, our EU Copyright Reform resource has been updated to include: A full transcription of the Plenary Discussion on 11 September, available to download A comparision table including the original Commission Proposal, a translation of the Proposal, the Agreed Council Position, the Rejected JURI Position, the Agreed Parliamentary Position, Unsuccessful amendments proposed by MEP Marietje Schaake. Documents are available to download An updated log of European and International media coverage Our timeline tracking the legislative process has been kept up to date, and the resource includes a range of policy evidence including academic statements, open letters and video clips of parliamentary speeches.

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