An upcoming symposium will bring together Indigenous and non-Indigenous scholars with an interest in social and technical systems for managing access to, and disseminating, digital materials documenting Indigenous cultural and linguistic practices in the local region and beyond.
The DSSN Symposium will be held on May 10, 2022. This will be a hybrid event.
In-person location: Baldy Center, 509 O’Brian Hall, North Campus
Time: 1:00-4:00pm EDT
Zoom information will be sent upon registration
Angela Riley, indigenous rights scholar, UCLA Professor of Law; Director, UCLA MA/JD joint degree program in Law and American Indian Studies; Director, Native Nations Law and Policy Center.
Jane Anderson, intellectual and cultural property law expert, Associate Professor of Anthropology and Museum Studies; Global Fellow in the Engelberg Center for Innovation Law and Policy, NYU Law School.
This event is sponsored by the UB Digital Scholarship and Studio Network.