[Air-L] Seeking Additional Panelists - IR13: cultures of crafting / technology, regulation, and ethics

Liza Barry-Kessler barryke2 at uwm.edu
Tue Feb 28 18:23:04 PST 2012


AoIR-listers:

Along with Dr. Nadine Kozak, I'm organizing a panel proposal for IR13, exploring the intersections of craft, technology, and intellectual property online cultures of crafting—be it foodies, home brewers, or handmade item crafters—often clash, or at least uneasily co-exist, with the domains of the Internet, domestic and international legal structures, and capitalism. 

If your research includes these kinds of online communities, and their conflicts (either internal or external), or other communities that include a "culture of crafting," and you would like to be part of this panel discussion, please contact me directly at barryke2 at uwm.edu, or contact Dr. Kozak directly at kozakn at uwm.edu. We will happily share the full panel abstract with potentially interested participants. 

Liza Barry-Kessler, J.D.
Ph.D. Student
School of Information Studies
University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee
barryke2 at uwm.edu




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