Fair Use Week 2021 — Text & Data Mining in the Digital Humanities


Location: Virtual


Join us for this year’s Fair Use Week event to learn about intellectual property issues surrounding text and data mining projects.

Keynote Lecture: Pamela Samuelson

The Richard M. Sherman Distinguished Professor of Law and co-director of the Berkeley Center for Law & Technology will discuss the scope of text and data mining as fair use under copyright law in the U.S. and in the EU.

Roundtable Discussion

Following the keynote, join us for a moderated roundtable discussion with academics and researchers who use text and data mining as part of their scholarship. The roundtable will feature:

  • Natalie Meyers, Interim Head of the Navari Family Center for Digital Scholarship, Hesburgh Libraries
  • Katie Walden, Assistant Teaching Professor in the Department of American Studies
  • Elliott Visconsi, Associate Provost and Chief Academic Digital Officer
  • Mark McKenna, Founding Director of the Tech Ethics Center and Co-Faculty Director of the Program on IP & Technology Law (moderator)

Professor Samuelson will also participate in the roundtable discussion.

Click here to register.

Sponsored by the Program on Intellectual Property & Technology Law and the Hesburgh Libraries’ Navari Family Center for Digital Scholarship