Fair Use Week 2021 — Text & Data Mining in the Digital Humanities
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.
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.
Sponsored by the Program on Intellectual Property & Technology Law and the Hesburgh Libraries’ Navari Family Center for Digital Scholarship