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2nd Biennial Race & Intellectual Property Conference: Engagement-Empowerment-Exclusions

  • NYU School of Law 40 Washington Square South New York, NY, 10012 United States (map)

I’ll be presenting in the afternoon: 2:15 – 3:45

Pop Goes Property Rights for Musicians of Color
Moderator: Kevin Jerome Greene (Thomas Jefferson School of Law)

  • Larisa Kingston Mann (Temple University), “Rude Citizenship: Jamaican Popular Music, Copyright, and Colonial Power”

  • Dana DeVlieger (University of Minnesota), “Cross-Racial Vocal Mimicry and the Right of Publicity”

  • Mel Stanfill (University of Central Florida), “Sounds About White: Differential Racialization and Differential Legality in Sampling and Mashup”

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