The Oxford Intellectual Property Research Centre and the Faculty of English will host Professor Mark Rose (University of California, Santa Barbara) as the Astor Lecturer in Trinity 2013. Professor Rose has had extensive involvement in copyright litigation over thirty years and is one of the world’s leading historians of copyright. He is currently working on a book for Harvard University Press that focuses on six copyright cases spread over 250 years. During his time in Oxford, Professor Rose will meet with students and faculty, participate in workshops and deliver three public lectures. Professor Rose will be in Oxford during Week 2 of Trinity Term, 29 April – 3 May.

Monday 29 April 2013

Astor Fund Visiting Lectureship 2013
Two Authors in Court: Alexander Pope and J.D. Salinger
Oxford Law Faculty The Cube at 17:00

Tuesday 30 April

Astor Fund Visiting Lectureship 2013
Stowe v Thomas: Uncle Tom's Cabin in Court
Merton College Mure Room at 15:00

Wednesday 1 May: Prof. Rose will be available for drop-in sessions with doctoral students and other researchers.
Venue: Law Faculty, Meeting Room 101 14.00-1700 pm

Thursday 2 May
Astor Fund Visiting Lectureship 2013
Applied Literary Criticism: The Role of the Expert in Copyright Litigation
St Peter's College Dorfmann Room at 17:15