Film, Video Anxieties of Authorship & Ownership: Intellectual Property, Indigenous Collections & Decolonial Futures

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Title
Anxieties of Authorship & Ownership: Intellectual Property, Indigenous Collections & Decolonial Futures
Summary
Jane Anderson discussed the philosophical and practical problems for intellectual property law and the protection of Indigenous/traditional knowledge resources and cultural heritage.
Event Date
April 03, 2013
Notes
-  Jane Anderson has worked on a number of policy proposals for the protection of traditional knowledge and cultural expressions. These include developing a framework for an international alternative dispute resolution/mediation service for intellectual property and Indigenous knowledge disputes, international guidelines for cultural institutions with Indigenous collections, and the development of site-specific intellectual property protocols to assist local communities enhance and support already existing knowledge-management practices.
Related Resources
American Folklife Center: https://www.loc.gov/folklife/
Running Time
1 hours 11 minutes 1 seconds
Online Format
video

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