The Center for Science and Innovation Studies, the UC Davis School of Law, and the Science and Technology Studies Program invite you to an international conference on "KNOWLEDGE /VALUE: PROPERTY AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY. The event is free and open to the public.
The fourth such collaboration between UC Davis, UC Irvine's Center for Ethnography, and the University of Chicago's Department of Anthropology, KNOWLEDGE / VALUE is an interdisciplinary and trans-institutional undertaking on the theorization of knowledge and value, science and capital, property and intellectual property, biopolitics and political economy.
Panel 1: TANGIBILITY AND INTANGIBILITY, MATERIALITY AND ABSTRACTION
Friday, April 19th, 9:30AM - 1:00PM (King Hall 1001)
Speakers: Mario Biagioli (UC Davis, STS & Law) and Hyo-Yoon Kang (University of Lucerne, Cultural and Science Studies)
Interlocutors: Peter Lee (UCDavis, Law), Christopher Kelty (UCLA, Center for Genetics & Society), Sabina Leonelli (University of Exeter, Philosophy & Sociology), Gail Davies (University of Exeter, Human Geography), John Kelly (University Chicago, Anthropology)
Panel 2: TERRITORIALITIES: SPACE / PLACE / RACE
Friday, April 19th, 2:30-6:00PM (King Hall 1001)
Speakers: Boatema Boateng (UCSD, Communication) and Brenna Bhandar (Queen Mary, University of London, Law)
Interlocutors: Meghan Morris (University of Chicago, Anthropology), Amit Prasad (University of Missouri, Sociology), Javier Lezaun (Oxford, ISIS Program), Timothy Choy (UCDavis, STS & Anthropology)
Panel 3: GLOBAL GEO-POLITICS OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
Saturday, April 20th, 9:30AM-1:00PM (King Hall 1002)
Speakers: Kristin Peterson (UC Irvine, Anthropology) and Melinda Cooper (University of Sydney, Sociology & Social Policy)
Interlocutors: Madhavi Sunder (UC Davis, Law), Cori Hayden (UC Berkeley, Anthropology), Amy Kapczynski (Yale, Law), Kaushik Sunder Rajan (University of Chicago, Anthropology), Joseph Dumit (UCDavis, STS and Anthropology)
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