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ISHTIP Workshop 2011 - July 5-6, 2011 - South Bank, Brisbane Australia

The International Society for the History and Theory of Intellectual Property (ISHTIP) promotes and supports scholarly investigation of the national, international and transnational histories of intellectual property law. The objective is to encourage historical and interdisciplinary research from a range of perspectives including the history and philosophy of science, literary studies, mass communications, anthropology, sociology, legal history, legal theory and intellectual property law.

The International Society for the History and Theory of Intellectual Property (ISHTIP) promotes and supports scholarly investigation of the national, international and transnational histories of intellectual property law. The objective is to encourage historical and interdisciplinary research from a range of perspectives including the history and philosophy of science, literary studies, mass communications, anthropology, sociology, legal history, legal theory and intellectual property law.

The Third Annual ISHTIP Workshop will be hosted by Professor Brad Sherman and Professor Kathy Bowrey, and held at Griffith University, Brisbane Australia.


Proposed Schedule:
Tuesday 5 July
9:00 Registration
9:30-17:00 Workshop Program Day 1
19:00 Conference Dinner

Wednesday 6 July
9:00-16:00 Workshop Program Day 2

Cost:
Conference Attendance
$200 per delegate  which includes: refreshments on arrival; morning and afternoon tea; and lunch on both days.

Conference Dinner
$80.00 per person for dinner and drinks on Tuesday 5 July starting at 19:00.

Call for abstracts:
We invite you to submit an abstract to the Workshop addressing the broad ambitions of the society from all Disciplinary and Interdisciplinary perspectives. Papers that reflect global politics, colonial, post-colonial, Commonwealth or Asia-Pacific themes are especially welcome. Abstracts are due by 1 March 2011 and authors are requested to submit abstracts for a presentation of around 45 minutes in duration.

Please email abstracts for consideration by the ISHTIP Steering Committee to Professor Kathy Bowrey :  k.bowrey@unsw.edu.au

Important Dates:
Abstract submission deadline: 1 March 2011
Notification of acceptance: 1 April 2011
Final registration: 6 June 2011
Final deadline full paper submission: 14 June 2011
Workshop:       5-6 July 2011

To Register: Complete the registration form attached and return it by fax or email
Enquiries: Clare Inwood  Email: ishtip@griffith.edu.au   Phone: 61 (0)7 3735 3747

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