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Who Owns Tradition? Reconceptualizing the Protection of Indigenous and Traditional Knowledge

Source: 
Nation Talk
Author: 
Pmnationtalk
Date: 
Tuesday, November 29, 2016

"This Fall, the Spangenberg Centre on Law, Technology and the Arts will be holding its annual conference on the issue of Intellectual Property, Traditional Knowledge, and Folklore. Focusing on the international aspects of the issue with a US perspective, the conference seeks to revisit and re-examine the theoretical discomfort, and sometimes outright rejection of the possibility of protection of GR, TK and Folklore in mainstream intellectual property discourse in developed countries. The conference will have a multidisciplinary approach drawing on scholarship in intellectual property, cultural and human rights, history and political science and anthropology."

Faculty name: 
Elizabeth Kronk Warner