Who Owns What: Intellectual Property in the Humanities

Event Description:

This timely discussion will consider the influence of intellectual property law on scholarship in the humanities. We will hear from a university administrator, librarian, legal counsel, and student scholar on the tensions between the enforcement of law and the concerns of scholarship.

Panelists:

April Hathcock, Librarian of Practice for Scholarly Communications
Mark Righter, Associate General Counsel
Elizabeth Buhe, PhD Candidate, Art History, Institute of Fine Arts

Moderator:

Jonathan Zimmerman, Professor of History; Department Chair, Humanities and Social Sciences in the Professions, Steinhardt School

Registration for this event is closed.