The IP/Gender series brings together scholars in Intellectual Property and Gender Studies to present innovative scholarship that unites these two fields. The program is sponsored by the American University Washington College of Law Program on Information Justice and Intellectual Property; the Women and the Law Program; and the American University Journal of Gender, Social Policy, and the Law.
This year, we will engage in a broad discussion “Reimagining IP/Gender: The Next Ten Years of Feminist Engagement with Intellectual Property Law.” The symposium will take place in Washington, DC on February 27, 2015.
- 2014: Gender and the Regulation of Traditional Knowledge
- 2012: Creativity Outside of Intellectual Property’s Domain
- 2011: Gender and Traditional Cultural Expressions
- 2010: Mapping the Connections: Gender and Invention
- 2009: Female Fan Culture and Intellectual Property
- 2008: Fifth Annual Symposium on IP/Gender: Mapping the Connections
- 2007: Fourth Annual IP/Gender: The Unmapped Connections
- 2006: Third Annual IP/Gender: The Unmapped Connections
- 2005: Second Annual IP/Gender: The Unmapped Connections
- 2004: IP/Gender: The Unmapped Connections