[S-fotografie] Re: Digest di S-fotografie, Volume 75, Numero 28

Benedetta Guerzoni benedettag a hotmail.com
Mar 23 Nov 2010 22:11:55 CET


isn't it just a matter of reference? Perhaps I am too naive but I think it 
is necessary just to mention the source, the author etc., and the publisher 
should add the availability to welcome any request of copyright.
best regards
Benedetta Guerzoni

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>   1. una domanda sull'uso di fotografie pubblicate in riviste anni
>      '20 (Noiret, Serge)
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> Date: Fri, 19 Nov 2010 17:15:52 +0100
> From: "Noiret, Serge" <Serge.Noiret a EUI.eu>
> Subject: [S-fotografie] una domanda sull'uso di fotografie pubblicate
> in riviste anni '20
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> Cc: "Djajic-Horvath, Aleksandra" <Aleksandra.Djajic-Horvath a EUI.eu>
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> Ho ricevuto la richiesta documentata qui sotto da una nostra post-doctoral 
> Fellow dell'IUE, Aleksandra Djajic Horvath. Non essendo decisamente uno 
> specialista del diritto delle immagini inoltro la domanda qui. Qualcuno 
> potrebbe aiutarla a risolvere il suo problema di copyright ? E
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> E' stato pure chiesto alla Library of Congress in Washington (anche qui 
> risposta qui sotto). Il diritto comunitario è molto diverso di quello 
> americano in materia dunque sono sicuro che alcuni di voi potranno dire 
> come procedere in Italia o in altri paesi comunitari, ma su una rivista 
> scientifica americana e per giunto diffusa dappertutto anche se, 
> ovviamente, in ambito accademico e non commerciale ?
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> Ho copiato alla dottssa. Djajic Horvath questa mia e-mail perché si possa 
> rispondere direttamente a Lei che non è iscritta a s-fotografie.
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> Vi ringrazio in anticipo per i vostri suggerimenti e il vostro aiuto !
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> Serge Noiret
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> "I am publishing an article in the Journal for the History of Sexuality 
> (University of Texas Press), in which I am using photographs published in 
> 1907 from a German newspaper Die Woche - Moderne Illustrierte Zeitschrift. 
> The newspaper does not exist any more, and neither does the publishing 
> house that was issuing it.
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> The question is: whom shall I contact about the copyright?
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> I asked in the Library of Congress and they could not help me (as it is an 
> international copyright issue, their answer is below).
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> Do you happen to have any idea whom/where I should write to inquire? I 
> have bought my copy of Die Woche on e-bay.
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> In the case some idea comes to your mind I would be really grateful to you 
> if you could direct me.
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> Aleksandra Djajic Horvath"
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> RISPOSTA LIBRARY OF CONGRESS:
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> Da: AskALibrarian a oclc.org per conto di serref a loc.gov
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> Inviato: lun 2010-11-15 19:11
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> A: Djajic-Horvath, Aleksandra
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> Oggetto: Library Question - Answer [Question #6132005]
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> Hello
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> I'm sorry, but this is a complex legal question and we are not permitted 
> to give legal advice. The fact that we might have these titles in our 
> collection really has no bearing on their copyright status. Furthermore, 
> the laws of multiple countries (i.e., the countries where the material was 
> published and the country where your article will be published) come into 
> play. Ordinarily I would refer you to our Copyright Office 
> (<http://www.copyright.gov/help/>), but they deal primarily with US 
> copyright law. You could also contact our Law Reading Room 
> (<http://www.loc.gov/rr/askalib/ask-law.html>), but they, like us, are not 
> permitted to offer specific legal advice.
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> Unfortunately, it seems likely that you will have to contact a lawyer 
> specializing in questions of international copyright.
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> Thank you for contacting the Library of Congress.
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> Thomas P Jabine
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> Newspaper and Current Periodical Room
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> Serial and Government Publications Division
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> Library of Congress
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> Explore history's first draft at Chronicling America: Historic American 
> Newspapers - <http://www.loc.gov/chroniclingamerica/>
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> Question History:
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> Patron: To Serial and Government Publications Division:
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> Dear Madams/Sirs,
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> I would be grateful to you if you could please help me with the following: 
> in the forthcoming academic article I am using for my analysis the 
> photographs published in 'Die Woche - Illustrierte Moderne Zeitschrift' 
> from 1907. This newspaper does not exist anymore, and neither does the 
> publishing house which was publishing it. I have been wondering about the 
> copyright to use the photos.
>
>
>
> Similarly, in the same article I am using another photo, from 'Etnografski 
> prikaz Pive i Drobnjaka' (I have checked - you have it also in your 
> collection), published in Zagreb n 1930. I have no idea whom to ask about 
> the copyright to use the photograph. I have obtained the text as the 
> interlibrary loan through my university's library.
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> Many thanks in advance for your help.
>
> Kind regards,
>
> Aleksandra Djajic Horvath
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> Librarian 1: I'm sorry, but this is a complex legal question and we are 
> not permitted to give legal advice. The fact that we might have these 
> titles in our collection really has no bearing on their copyright status. 
> Furthermore, the laws of multiple countries (i.e., the countries where the 
> material was published and the country where your article will be 
> published) come into play. Ordinarily I would refer you to our Copyright 
> Office (<http://www.copyright.gov/help/>), but they deal primarily with US 
> copyright law. You could also contact our Law Reading Room 
> (<http://www.loc.gov/rr/askalib/ask-law.html>), but they, like us, are not 
> permitted to offer specific legal advice.
>
>
>
> Unfortunately, it seems likely that you will have to contact a lawyer 
> specializing in questions of international copyright.
>
>
>
> Thank you for contacting the Library of Congress.
>
>
>
> Thomas P Jabine
>
> Newspaper and Current Periodical Room
>
> Serial and Government Publications Division
>
> Library of Congress
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