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Wednesday, 29 December

457. Copyright Protection or Private Censorship? The Case of the Joyce Estate

12:00 noon–1:15 p.m., 303, Philadelphia Marriott

Program arranged by the International James Joyce Foundation

Presiding: Paul K. Saint-Amour, Pomona Coll.

1. “The Common Man and the Creative Commons,” Carol Loeb Shloss, Stanford Univ.

2. “The New Censorship of Joyce: A Brief History of Public and Private Efforts to Regulate the Language of Ulysses,” Robert Edward Spoo, Univ. of Tulsa

3. “Postmortem Copyright Maximalism: The Joyce Estate as Symptom,” Paul K. Saint-Amour

For information and copies of abstracts, write to Paul K. Saint-Amour ( by 30 Nov. 2004.

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