Podcast Now Available for @craigcarys talk on "A Feminist Copyright Agenda: Open Access, Attribution & the Academy"
On September 21, 2016, IP Osgoode's own Prof. Carys Craig delivered a talk entitled "A Feminist Copyright Agenda: Open Access, Attribution & the Academy" as part of the Shirley E. Greenberg Chair for Women and the Legal Profession Speaker Series. bloggingforequality.ca has posted the transcript of this thought provoking talk here and the podcast here on […]
The University of Ottawa's Shirley E. Greenberg Chair for Women and the Legal Profession was created to further the careers of women in the law and to research and advocate for legal reforms that would increase equality for women. At first glance, this might seem a bit off-topic for a blog about Intellectual Property law.
Appropriately Approaching Appropriation: Osgoode Professors On Feminist Alternatives To Postcolonial Intellectual Property Issues
Mekhala Chaubal is a JD candidate at Osgoode Hall Law School. Our very own Osgoode professors and feminist scholars, Rosemary Coombe and Carys Craig, presented a thought-provoking keynote entitled, “Copyright and the Moral Arts of Appropriation: Feminist and Postcolonial Perspectives”, at the Feminism and the Politics of Appropriation Conference hosted by the Women and Gender Studies […]
Munyonzwe Hamalengwa is a Ph.D candidate at Osgoode Hall Law School and is taking the Intellectual Property Theory course. Feminism along with marxist, critical legal studies and critical race theories have mounted serious challenges to the inherited western legal tradition that has claimed that law is neutral and objective even though law, from time immemorial […]