Program

Friday, June 18PANELPANELISTS
8:30-9:45 amHopes and Horror Stories:Travails of Scholarly Fair UseGigi Sohn, Public Knowledge (Mod.)David Bollier, AuthorEd Felten, PrincetonNelson Pavlosky, Swarthmore CollegeJanet Wasko, University of Oregon
9:45-10:00 am BREAK
10:00 – 10:30 amNuts and Bytes: Fundamentals of Fair Use in the Scholarly DomainsPolk Wagner, University of Pennsylvania
10:30-10:45 am BREAK
10:45-11:45 amThe MIT Experiment: Does It Work For Everyone?Laurie Racine, Center for Public Domain (Mod.)Hal Abelson, MITKenneth Crews, Indiana University (Indianapolis)Laura Gasaway, University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill)Christopher Kelty, Rice University
11:45-12:00 pm BREAK
12:00-12:30 pm
LUNCH TALK
 Siva Vaidyanathan, New York University It’s Not Just For Lawyers Anymore: Domestic and Global Ramifications of Fair Use Issues
 
12:45-1:45 pmInstitutional Tensions Around the Fair Use DilemmaRich Baraniuk, Rice University (Mod.)Wayne Peay, University of UtahSanford Thatcher, Penn State University PressAnn Wolpert, MIT
1:45-2:00 pm BREAK
2:00-3:15 pmFuture Solutions in ActionJoseph Turow, University of Pennsylvania (Mod.)Judith Bresler, Cowan DeBaet law firmWendy Gordon, Boston ULarry Gross, University of Southern CaliforniaJonathan Taplin, University of Southern CaliforniaBernard Timberg, Independent Scholar
3:15-3:30 pm BREAK
3:30-4:30 pmIn the Meantime, What Should a Scholar Do?Prue Adler, Association of Research Libraries (Mod.)John Belton, Rutgers UniversityRachel Durkin Drga, University of Texas (Austin)Peter Jaszi, American UniversitySut Jhally, University of Massachusetts