'This book offers a remarkable combination of comprehensive philosophic analysis and vibrant discussion of emerging legal issues of information society. I definitely recommend it to anyone seriously interested in information rights or intellectual property.'Radim Pol?ak, Masaryk University, Czech Republic'This book presents an impressive claim for the formation of a new human right, namely the right to science and culture. The author brings a fresh approach to provide welcome new perspectives on traditional copyright law. This valuable contribution will be appreciated by all those interested in copyright law, human rights, philosophy and norm-creation.'Nina-Louisa Arold Lorenz, Raoul Wallenberg Institute, Lund University, Sweden
About the Author
Since December 2012, Anna Maria Andersen Nawrot has been Deputy Head of the Center for Theory and Philosophy of Human Rights, Faculty of Law and Administration, Lodz University, Poland (CENHER Lodz) and a Head of the CENHER Regional Office in Lund, Sweden. In 2007 she was awarded a second prize for the best PhD in law by the Polish Science Academy and Kluwer Poland. Since 2008 she has been Senior Lecturer in Human Rights on the Master Course in Human Rights and Humanitarian Law, Lund University and during 2010-11 she was Director of one of the specializations available on the course. From 2007-2012, she was a senior researcher at the Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law in Lund with postdoctoral grants received from the Swedish Institute. She was Managing Editor of the Nordic Journal of International Law (NJIL) from 2009-11 and in 2013 she was awarded an individual stipendium on the child rights project from the Justa Gardi Foundation, Sweden.