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Aaron M. Hyman, Johns Hopkins University, is a historian of the art of the Spanish Empire, with a focus on the long seventeenth century in colonial Latin America and the Southern Netherlands. His interests include paradigms of artistic authorship and collaboration, the transmission and circulation of objects, and early modern print culture.

Featured Panelists: 
Theodore S. Owers, III and Matter Miller (Carver Darden)
Greg Stein and Shafin Khan (Tulane Office of Technology Tansfer and IP Development)
Elizabeth Townsend-Gard (Tulane Law School)
Panelists will share their experiences with fair use publishing and access - they will talk about the challenges in determining if fair use applies, how to produce information with fair use in mind and the challenges of complying with fair use laws.

Graduate Student Seminar: National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP)

Title: ‘Their Wicked Conduct’: Women, Gender, and the Formation of Families in Early French Louisiana’s Lower Mississippi Valley Borderlands

Hiring students to help with classes and research can be mutually beneficial, but it's important that faculty follow proper procedures. Student employees make up the largest percentage of Tulane's workforce, come learn about what it takes to get your students hired and gain some tips on how to manage them effectively.
Please RSVP. Lunch is provided!