Publications of Sganga, C.

Sganga C, Scalzini S. From abuse of right to European copyright misuse: a new doctrine for EU copyright law. International Review of Intellectual Property and Competition Law (IIC). 2017;48(4):405-35.
Sganga C. EU Copyright Law Between Property and Fundamental Rights: a Proposal to Connect the Dots. In: Caso R, Giovanella F, editors. Balancing Copyright Law in the Digital Age. Comparative Perspectives. Springer; 2015. Chapter 1.
Sganga C. The Right to Culture and Copyright: Participation and Access. In: Geiger C, editor. Research Handbook on Human Rights and Intellectual Property. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing; 2015.
Sganga C. EU Copyright Law Between Property and Fundamental Rights: a Proposal to Connect the Dots. In: R.Caso, F.Giovanella (eds.), Balancing Copyright Law in the Digital Age. Comparative Perspectives. Springer; 2015. p. 1-26.
Sganga C. Right to Culture and Freedom of Art and Science: Participation and Access. In: Geiger C, editor. Research Handbook on Human Rights and Intellectual Property. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing; 2015. p. 560-76.
Sganga C. Disability, Right to Culture and Copyright: Which Regulatory Option? International Journal of Law, Computers and Technology. 2015;29(2-3):88-115.
Sganga C. The Double Face of Janus: or How CEE Entrepreneurs Can Use Intellectual Property Rights Smartly. In: Kisilowski M, editor. Free Market in Its Twenties. Business Decision-Making in Central and Easter Europe Two Decades After Communism’s Fall. Budapest-New York: CEU Press; 2014. p. 43-52.
Sganga C. The Double Face of Janus: or How CEE Entrepreneurs Can Use Intellectual Property Rights Smartly. In: Kisilowski M, editor. Free Market in Its Twenties. Business Decision-Making in Central and Easter Europe Two Decades After Communism’s Fall. Budapest: CEU Press; 2014. Ch. 1.3.

The Right to Take Part in Cultural Life: on Copyright and Human Rights

Article 15(1)(a) of the International Covenant on Economic Social and Cultural Rights -- a source of binding law in 160 countries -- recognizes “the right of everyone to take part in cultural life.” This article suggests how lawmakers and jurists might give meaning to this provision, with particular attention to issues arising in an age of digital culture. The authors conclude that the right to take part in cultural life should be understood in terms of the ability to access, enjoy, engage, and extend upon a common cultural inheritance and that realizing this right will require significant reforms in international intellectual property law.

Sganga C. Dal tramonto all'alba: l'art.2059 c.c. ed il riordino del dopo principio. In: Fiandaca L, editor. Il danno non patrimoniale : percorsi giurisprudenziali. Milano: Giuffrè; 2009. p. 469-78.
Sganga C. La proprietà personalista-solidarista come genus ed il ritorno alle categorie ordinanti. In: VV.AA., editor. Liber amicorum per Francesco D. Busnelli, Il diritto civile tra principi e regole . Vol II. Milano: Giuffrè; 2008. p. 359-75.
Sganga C. Il danno esistenziale dopo la svolta del 2003: storia giurisprudenziale di un fraintendimento . In: Ponzanelli G, editor. Il risarcimento integrale senza il danno esistenziale . Padova: Cedam; 2007. p. 33-58.
Sganga C. Danno esistenziale: la querelle non è finita . Nuova Giurisprudenza Civile Commentata. 2007;(7-8):784-97.