In our second year, the Conference on Intellectual Property will continue to explore intellectual property in a cross-disciplinary context. What is it, how has it evolved as a concept, and in what ways do we feel its practical and theoretical impact upon academic, economic, legal and technological fields? From plagiarism, to patent law, to the Creative Commons and beyond, the conference is sure to offer a remarkable breadth and depth of insights and approaches to what may well be the defining issue of our time.
Selected essays will be published in a proposed collection for a peer-reviewed press.
500-word Papers/Panel abstracts or complete papers should be submitted by February 25th, 2010 to Shannon Donlon at email@example.com. Questions can be directed to Dr. Amy Stackhouse at firstname.lastname@example.org. www.iona.edu/cip
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