Posted by Dave Thewlis on December 26, 2018 at 08:45:47 user dthewlis.
In Reply to: Literary Transactions posted by wdmtgts on December 25, 2018 at 03:09:59:
As far as putting the Literary Transactions online at ATR (or indeed anywhere else): the Copyright Statement in the last Transactions I have handy says
"Copryight remains that of individual speakers and other appropriate copyright holders, from whom permission to quote has been obtained. Permissions to reproduce in whole or in part in any what should be sought care of the editor..."
If this is still the way copyright reproduction permission is still represented, then to post the Transactions online (or any part of it) would require both permission from all individual copyright holders, plus the editor of the Literary Transactions. The statement doesn't make it clear as to whether the editor could grant permission without separately obtaining permissions from the copyright owners.
Independently of its appearing in the Literary Transactions, an individual could grant permission to ATR (or elsewhere) to post their article, and this has been done before.
There may of course be other issues unrelated to the copyright permissions or devolving from them that I haven't considered.
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