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In this Creative IPR Seminar, Marius Buning will present his new research project, Reporting back: Evaluations and feedback loops in the making of the EUIPO.
This two-day online public workshop focuses on diplomacy and the influence of fashion. It seeks to open a discussion at the crossroads of history, diplomacy, and fashion studies.
We invite contributions to the first CREATIVE IPR international conference on the history of intellectual property, with two panels, one on the music industry, and the other on the bureaucratic dimensions in intellectual property.
In this Creative IPR Seminar Associate Professor Yngvar Kjus will present key aims and issues of his project “Platformization of music production: Developer and user perspectives on transformations of production technology in the online environment”. The presentation will be followed by a Q&A.
In this Creative IPR seminar, Audrey Millet will present her MSCA-funded research project, Made in Sweatshops (MISS). The research presentation will be followed by a Q&A session.
In this Creative IPR Seminar Dr. Janny Carrasco Medina will give a presentation titled Intellectual Property Rights: the Cuban Case. The presentation will be followed by a Q&A.
In her new book, Véronique Pouillard examines the history of designers, intellectual property, and entrepreneurs in the fashion industry.
In this Creative IPR Seminar MSCA postdoctoral fellow Vincent Dubé-Senécal will present his recently published book La mode française. Vecteur d’influence aux États-Unis (1946-1960) through a discussion between himself and Madeleine Goubau, doctoral candidate in commuRedigernication at the Université du Québec à Montréal and fashion commentator for the public broadcaster Radio-Canada. The presentation will be followed by a Q&A.
In this Creative IPR Seminar Ph.D. Anna Marie Skråmestø Nesheim will give a presentation titled From Privileges to Monopoly: Liberating the French Theatre. The presentation will be followed by a Q&A.
This 2-day public workshop examines the history of the changing regimes of authorship in the creative industries. It aims to shed light on the creators and innovators, and on their relation to intellectual property law.