Lewis Hyde on Cultural Commons

February 13th, 2007

Berkman Fellow Lewis Hyde talks about the topic of his upcoming work, “the privatizing of the cultural commons.”

Download the audio podcast (time: 1:09:25).

Hyde addresses many of the issues and concerns that modern copyright use presents to works traditionally open for public consumption. Referencing the life and work of Ben Franklin, he argues on behalf of the public’s need for access to traditionally public ideas and works for the benefit and progression of society.

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  • 3. cep oyun  |  March 10th, 2008 at 2:55 am

    There are payoffs here of course, but the point is not about the replacement of mass media (as feared by media conglomerates), but rather a “hybridization” of cultural spheres. Indeed, Gil and Veloso proposed their innovation as a claim of participation in an international modernity.

  • 4. sikiş izle  |  June 17th, 2009 at 5:08 am

    There are payoffs here of course, but the point is not about the replacement of mass media (as feared by media conglomerates), but rather a “hybridization” of cultural spheres. Indeed, Gil and Veloso proposed their innovation as a claim of participation in an international modernity.

  • 5. sikiş  |  July 15th, 2009 at 2:12 pm

    There are payoffs here of course, but the point is not about the replacement of mass media (as feared by media conglomerates), but rather a “hybridization” of cultural spheres. Indeed, Gil and Veloso proposed their innovation as a claim of participation in an international modernity.
    thanks

  • 6. Shondra Degenhardt  |  December 29th, 2011 at 12:20 pm

    Some really wondrous work on behalf of the owner of this web site , dead great subject material .

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