Program on Information Justice and Intellectual Property

 

 

 

Women and the Law Program

 

Journal of Gender, Social Policy, & the Law

IP/GENDER:

The Unmapped Connections

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Working Bibliography

Karen Anderson, Some Feminist Predecessors of Hypertext, Women's Worlds 99: The 7th International Interdisciplinary Congress on Women, Tromsø, Norway (June 20-26, 1999), http://www.skk.uit.no/WW99/papers/Anderson_Kristine_J.pdf (last visited Apr. 15, 2005).

Ann Bartow, Likelihood of Confusion, 41 SAN DIEGO L. REV. 721 (2004).

Ann Bartow, Our Data, Ourselves: Cyberspace Data Collection and the E-Commercialization of Gender, Fourth Annual Ethics & Technology Conference Proceedings Book, Boston College June 4-5, 1999.

Ann Bartow, Our Data, Ourselves: Privacy, Propertization, and Gender, 34 U.S.F. L. REV. 633 (2000).

Ann Bartow, Women As Targets: The Gender-Based Implications of Online Consumer Profiling, Comment submitted to the Federal Trade Commission's Online Profiling Project, Docket No. 990811219-9219-01, http://www.ftc.gov/bcp/workshops/profiling/comments/bartow.htm (last visited Apr. 15, 2005).

L. Bender, A Lawyer’s Primer on Feminist Theory and Tort, 38 J. LEGAL EDUC. 3 (1988).

Boatema Boateng, Intellectual Property, Cultural Production and the Location of Africa, in BLACKWELL COMPANION TO MEDIA STUDIES (A. N. Valdivia ed., 2002).

Dan Burk, Feminism and Copyright in Digital Media, in INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS IN A NETWORKED WORLD: THEORY AND PRACTICE 161 (Richard A. Spinello & Herman T. Tavani eds., 2004).

SHAWN MEGHAN BURN, WOMEN ACROSS CULTURES: A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE (2000).

L. Carli, Gender Differences in Interaction Style and Influence, 56 J. PERSONALITY & SOCIAL PSYCHOL. 565 (1989).

Megan Carpenter, Intellectual Property Law and Indigenous Peoples: Adapting Copyright Law to the Needs of a Global Community, 7 Yale Hum. Rts. & Dev. L.J. 51 (2004).

Margaret Chon, Erasing Race? A Critical Race Feminist View of Internet Identity Shifting, 3 IOWA J. GENDER, RACE & JUST. 439 (2000), reprinted in CYBERETHICS (Halbert & Inguili eds., 2001); CRITICAL RACE FEMINISM: A READER (Adrien Wing, ed., 2d ed. 2003).

Margaret Chon, The Marketplace of Ideas in Cyberspace, 51 MERCER L. REV. 859 (2000).

Margaret Chon, New Wine Bursting from Old Bottles: Collaborative Internet Art, Joint Works, and Entrepreneurship, 75 OR. L. REV. 257 (1996).

Margaret Chon, Postmodern "Progress": Reconsidering the Copyright and Patent Power, 43 DEPAUL L. REV. 97 (1993).

Margaret Chon, Radical Plural Democracy and the Internet, 33 CAL. W.L. REV. 143 (1997).

Carlton Clark, Hypertext Theory and the Rhetoric of Empowerment: A Feminist Alternative, 7.3 KAIROS (2002), http://english.ttu.edu/kairos/7.3/binder2.html?coverweb/clark/page1.html (last visited Apr. 15, 2005).

Carlton Clark, Surely Teaching Hypertext in the Composition Classroom Qualifies as a Feminist Pedagogy?, 6.2 KAIROS (2001), at http://english.ttu.edu/kairos/6.2/binder2.html?coverweb/ gender/clark/index.htm (last visited Apr. 15, 2005).

Annette Comte, Use of Feminist Literary Theory in Developing a Critical Language for Hypertext, 4 TEXT (2000), http://www.gu.edu.au/school/art/text/oct00/comte.htm (last visited Apr. 15, 2005).

Rosemary J. Coombe, Authorizing the Celebrity: Publicity Rights, Postmodern Politics, and Unauthorized Genders, 10 CARDOZO ARTS & ENT. L.J. 365 (1992).

Rosemary J. Coombe, Critical Cultural Legal Studies, 10 YALE J.L. & HUMAN. 463 (1998).

ROSEMARY COOMBE, THE CULTURAL LIFE OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTIES: AUTHORSHIP, APPROPRIATION AND THE LAW (1998).

Rosemary J. Coombe, Publicity Rights and Political Aspiration: Mass Culture, Gender Identity, and Democracy, 26 NEW ENG. L. REV. 1221 (1992).

RETHINKING COMMODIFICATION, CASES AND READINGS IN LAW AND CULTURE ( Martha Ertman & Joan Williams, eds., 2005).

Christine Farley, Protecting Folklore of Indigenous Peoples: Is Intellectual Property the Answer?, 30 CONN. L. REV. 1 (1997).

RITA FELSKI, THE GENDER OF MODERNITY (1995).

CAROL GILLIGAN, IN A DIFFERENT VOICE: PSYCHOLOGICAL THEORY AND WOMEN’S DEVELOPMENT (1982).

Jand Ginsburg, Conflicts of Copyright Ownership Between Authors and Owners of Original Artworks: An Essay in Comparative and International Private Law, 17 Colum.- VLA J.L. & Arts 395 (1993).

Jane Ginsburg, Exploiting the Artist's Commercial Identity: The Merchandizing of Art Images, 19 COLUM.-VLA J.L. & ARTS 1 (1994-1995).

Carolyn Guertin, Gesturing Toward the Visual: Virtual Reality, Hypertext and Embodied Feminist Criticism, 8 SURFACES (1999), http://www.pum.umontreal.ca/revues/surfaces/ vol8/guertin.pdf (last visited Apr. 15, 2005).

Kara Hagen, An Essay on Women and Intellectual Property Law: The Challenges Faced by Female Attorneys Pursuing Careers in Intellectual Property, 15 SANTA CLARA COMPUTER & HIGH TECH. L.J. 139 (1999).

Debora Halbert, Intellectual Property in the Year 2025, 49 J. COPYRIGHT SOC’Y U.S.A. 225 (2001).

Debora Halbert, Poaching and Plagiarizing: Property, Plagiarism and Feminist Futures, in PERSPECTIVES ON PLAGIARISM AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY IN A POSTMODERN WORLD (Lisa Buranen & Alice M. Roy eds., 1999).

SANDRA HARDING, WHOSE SCIENCE? WHOSE KNOWLEDGE?: THINKING FROM WOMEN’S LIVES (1991).

Madeline E. Heilman, Description and Prescription: How Gender Stereotypes Prevent Women’s Ascent Up the Organizational Ladder, 57 J. SOC. ISSUES 657 (2001).

Susan C. Herring, Gender differences in CMC: Findings and implications, 18(1) COMPUTER PROFESSIONALS FOR SOC. RESP. J. (2002), http://www.cpsr.org/publications/newsletters/ issues/2000/Winter2000/herring.html (last visited Apr. 15, 2005).

Susan C. Herring, Posting in a Different Voice: Gender and Ethics in Computer-Mediated Communication, in PHILOSOPHICAL PERSPECTIVES ON COMPUTER-MEDIATED COMMUNICATION 115 (Charles Ess ed., State University of New York Press 1996).

Justin Hughes, “Recoding” Intellectual Property and Overlooked Audience Interests, 77 TEX. L. REV. 923 (1999).

Peter Jaszi, Toward a Theory of Copyright: The Metamorphoses of "Authorship", 1991 DUKE L.J. 455 (1991).

CATHERINE KELLER, FROM A BROKEN WEB: SEPARATION, SEXISM, AND SELF (1986).

Michelle Kendrick, The Last Laugh of the Modem: Interactive Technologies and L’ecriture Feminine, 4 RHIZOMES (2002), http://www.rhizomes.net/issue4/kendrick.html (last visited Apr. 15, 2005).

Mary LaFrance, Authorship, Dominance, and the Captive Collaborator: Preserving the Rights of Joint Authors, 50 EMORY L. J. 193 (2001).

GEORGE LANDOW, HYPERTEXT: THE CONVERGENCE OF CONTEMPORARY CRITICAL THEORY AND TECHNOLOGY (1992).

Donna LeCourt & Luann Barnes, Writing Multiplicity: Hypertext and Feminist Textual Politics, 16 COMPUTERS & COMPOSITION 55 (1999).

Joseph Liu, Copyright Law's Theory of the Consumer, 44 B.C. L. REV. 397 (2003).

A. Lunsford, Rhetoric, Feminism, and the Politics of Ownership, 61 COLLEGE ENG. 529 (1999).

Wendy Morgan, Electronic Tools for Dismantling the Master’s House: Poststructuralist Feminist Research and Hypertext Poetics, in WORKING THE RUINS: FEMINIST POSTSTRUCTURAL THEORY AND METHODS IN EDUCATION (Elizabeth A. St. Pierre & Wanda S. Pillow eds., 2000).

J. Nedelsky, Laws, Boundaries, and the Bounded Self, 30 REPRESENTATIONS 162 (1990).

Ruth Gana Okediji, Copyright and Public Welfare in Global Perspective, 7 IND. J. GLOBAL LEGAL STUD. 117 (1999).

B. Page, Women Writers and the Restive Text: Feminism, Experimental Writing, and Hypertext, in CYBERSPACE TEXTUALITY (Marie-Laure Ryan ed., 1999).

Malla Pollack, What Is Congress Supposed to Promote?: Defining "Progress" in Article I, Section 8, Clause 8 of the United States Constitution, or Introducing the Progress Clause, 80 NEB. L. REV. 754 (2001).

M.J. Radin, Market Inalienability, in FEMINIST JURISPRUDENCE (P. Smith ed., 1993).

M.J. Radin, Property and Personhood, 34 Stan. L. Rev. 957 (1981-1982).

Jendi B. Reiter, Redskins and Scarlet Letters: Why “Immoral” and “Scandalous” Trademarks Should Be Federally Registerable, 6 FED. CIRCUIT B.J. 191 (1996).

M. ROSE, AUTHORS AND OWNERS: THE INVENTION OF COPYRIGHT (Harvard Univ. Press, 1993).

Susan Scafidi, Intellectual Property and Cultural Products, 81 B.U. L. REV. 793 (2001).

Stephen J. Schnably, Property and Pragmatism: A critique of Radin’s Theory of Property and Personhood, 45 Stan. L. Rev. 347 (1993)

Madhavi Sunder, Intellectual Property and Identity Politics: Playing With Fire, 4 J. GENDER RACE & JUST. 69 (2000).

QUILT CULTURE: TRACING THE PATTERN (Cheryl B. Tornsney & Judy Elsley eds., 1994).

W. WALL, THE IMPRINT OF GENDER: AUTHORSHIP AND PUBLICATION IN THE ENGLISH RENAISSANCE (1993).

M. Woodman, On the Author Effect: Recovering Collectivity, 10 CARDOZO ARTS & ENT. L.J. 279 (1992).

GLOBAL CRITICAL RACE FEMINISM: AN INTERNATIONAL READER (Adrien Katherine Wing, ed. 2000).

WOMEN, CULTURE AND DEVELOPMENT: A STUDY OF HUMAN CAPABILITIES (Martha Nussbaum & Jonathan Glover eds., 1995)

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