Law, Knowledge, Culture: The Production of Indigenous Knowledge in Intellectual Property Law

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Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 2009 - Law - 272 pages
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Combining unique practical experience with a sophisticated historical and theoretical framework, this impressive work offers a new basis to explore indigenous intellectual property. In this wide-ranging and imaginative study, Anderson has laid the groundw
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
PART I Law
25
Introduction
27
1 The cultural life of law
30
2 The making of intellectual property law
51
3 Copyright and the categories of identification
68
PART II Knowledge
87
Introduction
89
7 The politics of law
157
PART III Culture
167
Introduction
169
8 Globalising indigenous rights in intellectual property
172
9 The culture concept
188
10 Community and culturecommunity claims
204
Conclusion
221
Bibliography
226

4 Aboriginal art and the economic currency of law
93
5 Study of the bureaucratic agenda
113
6 A tale of two cases
130

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