Scholars are beginning to examine intellectual property in the lens of critical race theory and considering how to make classrooms more inclusive spaces. Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University College of Law Dean Deidré Keller discusses intellectual property and the future of diversity and inclusion in an upcoming talk at the University of Dayton. Keller argues that intellectual property law historically has protected the power of whiteness and in reimaging critical race intellectual property, she seeks to create models for the politics of reparation.
Keller is the keynote speaker for the annual Program in Law and Technology Seminar at the University of Dayton Friday, June 11. Her talk is on the Future (of Diversity and Inclusion) in Intellectual Property.
Joining Cincinnati Edition to discuss diversity and inclusion in intellectual property is Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University College of Law Dean and Professor of Law Deidré Keller.
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