From James Joyce To Harry Potter And John Lennon:
The Impact Of Fair Use On Scholarship And Free Expression

Anthony Falzone, Executive Director of the Stanford Fair Use Project, will speak on the current state of fair use law and its impact on scholarship and free expression. He will focus on the cases handled by the Stanford Fair Use Project, including the highly publicized Harry Potter Lexicon case (Rowling vs. RDR Books) and other recent copyright-related events.

These events are jointly sponsored by UNC University Library, Duke University Libraries, UNC’s Center for Media Law and Policy, and Triangle Research Libraries Network. Registration is not required.

Monday, March 2nd Duke's west campus
5:00 pm Program
Schiciano Auditorium in the Fitzpatrick Center for
Interdisciplinary Engineering, Medicine and Applied Sciences (CIEMAS)
Reception following program
OR Tuesday, March 3rd at UNC Chapel Hill
5:00 pm Reception, Wilson Library lobby
5:30 pm Program, Wilson Library, Pleasants Family Assembly Room


Triangle Research Libraries Network  CB#3940 Wilson Library, Suite 712 Chapel Hill, NC 27514-8890
Phone: (919) 962-8022  Fax: (919) 962-4452

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