Her publications appear in top-ranking journals, including (Oxford University Press, 2016), was awarded Honorable Mention for the Edward Sapir Book Prize by the Society for Linguistic Anthropology in 2017.
Focusing on Montréal’s Tamil diaspora, this book discusses how colonial and post-colonial nationalist struggles between English and French regimes over 150 years naturalized and institutionalized taken-for-granted categories of “ethnolinguistic community” and “linguistic diglossia” informing Tamil heritage language education.
She has also guest lectured about intellectual property in several entrepreneurship classes, both at the Law School and in the Executive MBA program.
Professor Abdel-khalik has been honored to receive the 2010 Elmer F.
A representative publication emerging from this work is ‘WHITEWASHING AUSTRALIA’S HISTORY OF STIGMATISING TRADE MARKS AND COMMERCIAL IMAGERY’ 44(3) Ann Bartow is Professor and Director of the Franklin Pierce Center for Intellectual Property at the University of New Hampshire.
She is a graduate of Cornell University and the University of Pennsylvania Law School.Her other research interests include the study of popular music, the music of Bruce Springsteen, music cognition, Irish folk music, and music theory pedagogy.Dana has previously presented her work at national and international conferences including the annual meetings of the Society for Music Perception and Cognition, the Association for the Art of Record Production, the Society for American Music, the International Association for the Study of Popular Music – US, and the Society for Music Theory.He is a co-author of ed, Thomson Reuters, 2017) with Colin Bodkin and David Price.Fady completed his doctoral thesis on the law, theory and policy relating to stigmatising trade marks.Her work addresses the cultural, political and social implications of intellectual property laws, and the politics of cultural property and heritage management at the intersections of neoliberalism, informational capital, and human rights. She is the Academic Director of the Osgoode Professional LLM Program in Intellectual Property Law, a founding member of IP Osgoode, and recently served as Osgoode’s Associate Dean (Research & Institutional Relations).A recipient of multiple teaching awards, including the President’s University-Wide Teaching Award, Dr.Sherina Feliciano-Santos is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Anthropology at the University of South Carolina.She earned her Ph D in Anthropology from the University of Michigan in 2011.Pierson Good Teaching Award and the 20 Outstanding Professor Award at the law school, as selected by the law school graduating class and a UMKC Student Government Association Apple Polisher Award for significant impact on student lives in 2012.Interested in how language within intellectual property interests affect broader social concerns, Professor Abdel-khalik’s research focuses on various aspects of trademark and copyright law.