Creative Commons

Jon Kay on July 6, 2011

http://media.blubrry.com/artisanancestors/p/ia700707.us.archive.org/12/items/ArtisanAncestorsPodcastseason1Episodes1-25/Episode25_ThePromiseOfOralHistory.mp3Podcast: Download (18.2MB) In this episode, I talk about the problems facing researchers who do oral histories. In recent weeks attention has focused on Boston College and the UK subpoena of oral history materials. While I don’t speak directly about this court case, I discuss what I think the meaning of the recent court ruling […]

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Jon Kay on June 13, 2011

My friend Jason Jackson is hosting a webinar tomorrow for Traditional Arts Indiana on the benefits and uses of the Creative Commons licensing in your projects. The webinar is scheduled for Tuesday, June 14, at 12:15 p.m. (Eastern Time), and should last about 45 minutes.He was featured last month on the Artisan Ancestors Podcast. Here […]

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http://media.blubrry.com/artisanancestors/p/ia600707.us.archive.org/12/items/ArtisanAncestorsPodcastseason1Episodes1-25/Episode22_WhyTheCreativeCommonsWithFolkloristJasonBairdJackson.mp3Podcast: Download (30.8MB) In this episode, I sit down and talk with my friend and fellow folklorist Jason Baird Jackson to discuss the topic of the “Creative Commons.”  Jason’s research touches upon issues of intellectual property and heritage making in native communities in the United States.  He points out that the work of the commons […]

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