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Prizes for Intellectual Property and the Tension between Private Ownership and the Public Domain at the American Founding

FB-53614-08
Intellectual Property and the Tension between Private Ownership and the Public Domain at the American Founding
Lewis Hyde, Kenyon College

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Prizes for Common as Air: Revolution, Art and Ownership (Book)

Julia Ward Howe award, best book of 2010 by a Boston author. [link]
Date: 3/1/2011 12:00:00 AM
Organization: Boston Authors Club [link]
Abstract: The honored books must be published the year prior to the award, that is, in 2010 for 2011. The authors must live, have lived or attended college within 100 miles of Boston and resided here at some time within the past five years. Works of fiction, nonfiction, memoir, poetry, and biography were eligible; picture books, text books and self-published works are not. Winners, finalists and highly recommended authors also receive one year complimentary membership in the Club. Winners have included: James Carroll, Linda Davis, Anita Diamant, Dexter Filkins, Moying Li-Marcus, Igor Lukes, Michael Patrick MacDonald, Charles Mann, Thomas O'Connor, Nancy Rappaport, Sylvia Sellers-Garcia, Nicholas Tawa, Brenda Wineapple, Gordon S. Wood, and Lewis Hyde. The prizes were renamed for Julia Ward Howe in 2002.


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