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Vol 23 No 1 Jan/Feb 2018

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Law and the Arts

Edited by: Susan Tiefenbrun

ISBN13: 9780313308055
ISBN: 0313308055
Published: October 1998
Publisher: Greenwood Press
Country of Publication: USA
Format: Hardback
Price: £80.00

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This interdisciplinary study examines the relationships between law and the humanities. The goal of the essays is to promote exchanges of ideas in such diverse, but related fields as law, literature, film, theater, communication, art, and architecture and to inspire readers to think about the laws hidden in the interstices of the arts as well as the artistry of the law.

On the one side, chapters focus attention on legal restraints in the media, censorship of the arts, copyright protection issues on the Internet, and artists' rights in the past and in the present cyberspace era. On the other, the role played by law in literature and theater is examined, and one essay explores the architectural design of the U.S. Supreme Court and how its architects fit into political history. A collection valuable to scholars, researchers, and lay readers alike with interests in the relationships between law and the humanities.

Art and Cultural Heritage Law
Foreword by Stuart Rabinowitz
Preface by Susan Tiefenbrun
Law, the Arts, and Censorship;
Legal Restraints at the TV Channeling Controversy by Sondra M. Rubenstein
Censorship in the Arts in the U.S. Today by Leanne Katz
Art and Repression in the McCarthy Era by Howard Fast
The Old Problem of New Communications Technologies: Can We Do Better This Time? by Eric M. Freedman
Law and Cyberspace;
Museums without Walls: Promissory Rights and Reproduction in the World of Cyberspace by Susan J. Drucker and Gary Gumpert
Copyright and Cyberspace: Functioning in a Digitally Networked Environment by Donald Fishman
Law and Literature;
Vichy Law and the Holocaust in France: Précis of a Talk to the Hofstra Conference by Richard H. Weisberg
A Comment on Richard H. Weisberg's Work on the Vichy Lawyers by Robin West
Legal Fiction and Literary Fiction in Seventeenth- and Eighteenth-Century France by Christian Biet
Law, Literary Theory, and Critical Legal Theory: A Forum by Mitchel Lasser, et al.
Law and Shakespeare;
Introduction to Interdisciplinarity and the Retrial of Shylock by Susan Tiefenbrun
The Trial of Shylock from The Merchant of Venice by William Shakespeare by Peter M. Sander
Appellant's Brief by Daniel J. Kornstein
Appellee's Brief by Floyd Abrams
Appellant's Reply Brief by Daniel J. Kornstein
Shylock v. Antonio on Appeal: The Deliberations by Daniel J. Kornstein
Thoughts of a Literary Judge by Howard Kissel
Shylock on Appeal by Peter J. Alscher
Law and Art
Cass Gilberts's U.S. Supreme Court and the Comprehensive Planning Ideal by Barbara S. Christen