CSUSA Media Library: Session Details

Session Name: The Fourty-Sixth Annual Donald C. Brace Memorial Lecture: Expanding Fair Use: The Trouble with Parody, the Case for Satire
MeetingType: Brace Lecture
Date: 11/17/16
Description: The Brace Lecture is given in memory of the publisher Donald C. Brace, who founded Harcourt, Brace & Co. in 1919. Apart from his interest in the art of literature, Donald Brace was deeply interested in copyright legislation, the protection of creative talent and freedom of the press. In 1950, he was awarded the Columbia University Medal of Excellence in recognition of his distinguished contributions to publishing. This series was originally established by a gift from his daughter, Mrs. Donna Brace Ogilvie. For more than four decades, the Brace Lectures on domestic copyright have featured leading figures in the field, including judges, practitioners, policymakers, publishers and academics.
Program Details
Speaker(s): Roger Zissu
Keywords: Fair Use, Parody, Satire