Bibliography of selected sources on (a) Music and intellectual property; (b) Indigenous traditional knowledge as cultural property; (c) Indigenous music and dance as cultural property. For a comprehensive bibliography on (a), see McCann below.
Anderson, Jane. 2003. "The Production of Indigenous Knowledge in Intellectual Property Law." Ph.D. Sydney: University of New South Wales.
Barwick, Linda. 2005. "Communities of Interest: Issues in Establishing a Digital Resource on Murrinpatha song at Wadeye (Port Keats), NT." Literary and Linguistic Computing 20/4: 383-397.
Barwick, L. A Marett and J. Simpson, eds. 2004. Researchers, Communities, Institutions, Sound Recordings. Sydney: University of Sydney.
Blakeney, Michael. 1999. "Intellectual Property in the Dreamtime. Protecting the Cultural Creativity of Indigenous Peoples." Oxford Intellectual Property Research Centre, Research Seminar. http://www.oiprc.ox.ac.uk/EJWP1199.pdf.
Blaukopf, Kurt. 1990. "Legal Policies for the Safeguarding of Traditional Music: Are they Utopian?" The World of Music 32(1): 125-133.
Breen, Marcus. 1993. "Making it Visible: the 1990 Public Inquiry into Australian Music Copyrights." In S. Frith, ed. Music and Copyright. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 99-124.
Brown, Michael. 2003. Who Owns Native Culture? Cambridge MA: Harvard University Press.
Christen, Kim. 2005. "Gone Digital: Aboriginal Remix and the Cultural Commons." International Journal of Cultural Property. 12: 315-345.
Christen, Kim. 2006. "Changing the Default: Taking Aboriginal Systems of Accountability Seriously." World Anthropologies Network 2: 115-126. www.anthrosource.net.
Christen, Kim. Forthcoming. Mobilizing Property: Indigenous Communities and the Commons.
Collins. John. 1993. "The Problem of Oral Copyright: The Case of Ghana. In Simon Frith, ed. Music and Copyright. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. pp. 146-58.
Coombe, Rosemary J. 1998. The Cultural Life of Intellectual Properties: Authorship, Appropriation and the Law. Durham: Duke University Press.
Corn, Aaron. 2005. "When the Waters will be One: Hereditary Performance Traditions and the Yolngu Re-invention of Post-Barunga Intercultural Discourses." Backburning: Journal of Australian Studies 84: 23-34, 225-229.
Corn, Aaron. 2007. "To Sing Their Voices Eternal: Why We Need a National Recording Project for Indigenous Australia." Music Forum. February 2007. http://www.aboriginalartists.com.au/MusicForum-Feb07-AaronCorn.pdf
Curtis, Johnlee Scelba. 2006. "Culture and the Digital Copyright Chimera: Assessing the International Regulatory System of the Music Industry in Relation to Cultural Diversity." International Journal of Cultural Property 13: 59-97.
Farley, Christine Haight. 1997. "Protecting Folklore of Indigenous Peoples: Is Intellectual Property the Answer?" Connecticut Law Review 30/1: 1-57.
Feld, Stephen. 1996. "Pygmy POP: A Genealogy of Schizophonic Mimesis." International Yearbook of Traditional Music 28: 1-35.
Frith, Simon, ed. 1993. Music and Copyright. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.
Ginsberg, Gaye. 1991. "Indigenous Media: Faustian Contract or Global Village?" Cultural Anthropology 6/1: 92-112.
Green, B. 1998. "Haven't I Heard this Song Before?: Subconscious Plagiarism in Pop Music and the Infringement of Copyright. Towards a Partial Defense of Cryptomnesia." Intellectual Property Journal 13 (November): 53-81.
Greene, K.J. 1999. "Copyright, Culture and Black Music: A Legacy of Unequal Protection." Hastings Communications and Entertainment Law Journal 21/2: 339-392.
Guy, Nancy. 2002. "Trafficking in Taiwan Aboriginal Voices." In S.R. Jaarsma, ed. Handle with Care: Ownership and Control of Ethnographic Materials. � Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press.
Harrison, Klisala. 2002. "The Kwagiulth Dancers: Addressing Intellectual Property Issues at Victoria's First People's Festival." The World of Music 44/1: 137-51.
Janke, Terri. 1998. Our Culture: Our Future. Report on Australian Indigenous Cultural and Intellectual Property Rights. For the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies and the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission. Online at http://www.icip.lawnet.com.au.
Jones, Michael and Audhild Schanche, eds. 2004. Landscape, Law and Customary Rights. � Special issue of Diedut (Nordisk Samisk Institutt).
Kurluk, Paul. 1999. "Protecting Folklore under Modern Intellectual Property Regimes: A Reappraisal of the Tensions between Individual and Communal Rights in Africa and the United States. American University Law Review 48/4. April 1999. http://www.wcl.american.edu/journal/lawrev/48/pdf/kuruk.pdf?rd=1
Malm, Krister. 1998. "Copyright and the Protection of Intellectual Property in Traditional Music: A Summary of International Efforts." Music Media Multiculture. Today and Tomorrow. Report No. 3: 24-29.
McAllester, David. 1984. "A problem in ethics." In J.C. Kassler and J. Stubington, eds. Problems and solutions: Occasional essays in musicology presented to Alice M. Moyle. Sydney: Hale and Iremonger.
McCann, Anthony. www.beyondthecommons.com. An extensive website on issues relating to music and IP, regularly updated. Includes his music and copyright Ph.D. dissertation.
McCann, Anthony. 2001. "All That is Not Given is Lost: Irish Traditional Music, Copyright, and Common Property." Ethnomusicology 45/1: 89-106.
Mills, Sherylle. 1996. "Indigenous Music and the Law: An Analysis of National and International Legislation." Yearbook for Traditional Music 28: 57-85.
Nathan, David. 2000. "Plugging in Indigenous knowledge: connections and innovations." Australian Aboriginal Studies 2: 39-47.
Scherzinger, Martin. 1999. "Music, Spirit Possession and Copyright Law: Cross-cultural Comparisons and Strategic Speculations." Yearbook for Traditional Music 31: 102-125.
Seeger, Anthony. 1992. "Ethnomusicology and Music Law." Ethnomusicology 36/3: 345-359.
Seeger, Anthony. 1996. "Ethnomusicologists, Archives, Professional Organizations and the Shifting Ethics fo Intellectual Property." Yearbook for Traditional Music 28: 87-105.
Smith, Alaire and Graeme Ward, eds. 2001. Indigenous Cultures in an Interconnected World. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press.
Stillman, Amy Ku'uleialoha. 2002. "Respecting Archival Poetic Repertoire for Hawaiian Hula." In Sjoerd R. Jaarsma, ed. Handle with Care. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press.
Stillman, Amy Ku'uleialoha. In press. "Cultural Rights, Indigenous Communities, and Access to Collected Resources: the Case of Native Hawaiians." In Weintraub and Yung, eds. Music and Cultural Rights. Urbana: U of Illinois Press.
Sullivan, Robert. 2002. "Indigenous Cultural and Intellectual Property Rights. A Digital Library Context." D-Lib Magazine, 8/5. (Online at http://dlib.ejournal.ascc.net/dlib/may02/sullivan/05sullivan.html.
Taylor, Diana. 2003. The Archive and the Repertoire: Performing Cultural Memory in the Americas. Durham: Duke University Press.
Towse, Ruth. 2001. Creativity, Incentive and Reward. An Economic Analysis of Copyright and Culture in the Information Age. <London>: Edward Elgar Publishing.
Underhill, Karen. 2006. "Protocols for Native American Archival Materials." International Journal of Cultural Property 13: 441-442.
Weintraub, Andrew and Bell Yung. In press. Music and Cultural Rights: Access, Use, Representation, and Ownership. Urbana: U of Illinois P.
Ziff, Bruce and Pratima V. Rao, eds. 1997. Borrowed Power. Essays on Cultural Appropriation. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press.