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It's all about loving your Nation - Sedition and the surplus of Affection: The 5th Maharaj Kaul Memorial Lecture by Lawrence Liang

Lecture | March 16 | 6-7:30 p.m. | Stephens Hall, 10 (ISAS Conf. Room) | Note change in location


Lawrence Liang, Legal researcher and lawyer

Institute for South Asia Studies, Center for Science, Technology, Medicine, and Society


ISAS is proud to announce the 5th "Maharaj Kaul Memorial Lecture," a lecture series on the theme of social justice. This lecture series has been established in memory of Maharaj Kaul(1940 - 2009), a UC Berkeley alum, tireless campaigner against injustice and for peace, founder of groups such as India Relief and Education Fund, and Coalition Against Communalism, and long-time supporter of ISAS’s mission and activities.

Our fifth lecture in this series will be delivered by Lawrence Liang.

Lawrence Liang is a legal researcher and lawyer based in the city of Bangalore, who is known for his legal campaigns on issues of public concern. He is a co founder of the Alternative Law Forum, and by 2006 had emerged as a spokesperson against the politics of "intellectual property". Liang's key areas of interest are law, popular culture and piracy. He has been working closely with Sarai, New Delhi on a joint research project Intellectual Property and the Knowledge/Culture Commons. Liang is a "keen follower of the open source movement in software", and has been working on ways of translating the open source ideas into the cultural domain. Liang is author of "Sex, laws and Videotape: The Public is watching" and "Guide to open content licenses," published by the Piet Zwart Institute in 2004.

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