Carr Presents on Incorporating Diverse Voices in Intellectual Property Classes

Dr. Cheryl Slay Carr's head shot

cheryl-slayDr. Cheryl Carr, associate professor of music business, recently presented “Progressive Teaching: Infusing Difficult Conversations in Intellectual Property (IP) Classes” at the second annual Mosaic Conference: Diverse Voices in IP Scholarship at Marquette University Law School. Carr offered pedagogical insights and methodologies for incorporating intellectual property law social justice topics including race, ethnicity, religion and gender in copyright, trademark and other IP course content.

The Mosaic Conference seeks to “bring together IP scholars, policymakers, and activists of diverse and multicultural backgrounds to explore socially progressive ideas in IP law, policy and social activism…to provide a forum for progressive scholarship.”