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Elizabeth Townsend Gard
  • John E. Koerner Endowed Professor of Law
  • Director of the Tulane Center for IP, Media & Culture; Deputy Faculty Director of the MJ Labor and Employment Law Program
  • townsend@tulane.edu
  • Weinmann Hall, Room 355-B
  • 504.862.8822

Selected Publications

The Fizzy Experiment: Second Life, Virtual Property and a 1L Property Course, 24 SANTA CLARA COMPUTER & HIGH TECH L. J. 915 (2008) (co-authored with Rachel Goda)

Unpublished Work and the Public Domain: The Opening of a New Frontier, 54 J. Copyright Society of the U.S.A. (Winter 2007)

Podcasting for Corporations and Universities—Look Before You Leap (invited, co-authored with Colette Vogele), J. Internet Law (October 2006)

The Birth of the Unpublished Public Domain and the International Implications, 24 Cardozo Arts & Ent. L.J. (2006)

NAFTA, Mexican Trucks and the Border: Making Sense of Years of International Arbitration, Domestic Debates, and the Supreme Court, 31 Transportation L.J. 131 (Spring-Summer 2004)

Legal and Policy Responses to the Disappearing ‘Teacher Exception,’ or Copyright Ownership in the 21st Century University, 4 Minn. Intell. Prop. Rev. 209 (2003)

General Publications

Innovation Profile (hour-long interview), Law School Innovation Blog, July 14, 2007, http://lsi.typepad.com/lsi/2007/07/innovator-profi.htm

Invited Guest, “The State of Play Academy,” Center for Internet and Society, Stanford Law School, Spring 2007

Guest Blogger (with Rachel Goda), Terra Nova, April 2007, http://terranova.blogs.com/

Hour-Long Guest, “Hearsay Culture” Radio Show with David Levine, Stanford, October 2006

Reconstructing Vera Brittain’s War Generation: A Comparative Biography.  (UMI: 1998) [doctoral dissertation]

Ready for Adventures: Oral History Transcript 1996, Margaret H. Jones-Kanaar, a Pioneer Pediatrician, interviewed by Elizabeth Townsend, (Los Angeles: Oral History Program, University of California, Los Angeles, 1996) (a nine-part interview)

E-Commerce Business Websites, co-written with Whitney Thier, Quirk and Tratos Newsletter, Fall 2000

Common Ground of War: The Clinician and Cultural Historian in Symbiosis, National Center for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Quarterly, Spring 1996

Postmodernism and Biography: A Dialogue, co-written with Elizabeth Covington, UCLA Historical Journal, 1995

This is the World I Create: Gender and Current First World War Scholarship, UCLA Historical Journal, 1994