- Manan Ahmed, Associate Professor in the Department of History at Columbia University
- Laurie Allen, Director for Digital Scholarship at the University of Pennsylvania Libraries
- Mary Marshall Clark, Director of the Columbia University Center for Oral History Research
In the current political climate, opening up access to research and research data can be both a moral imperative and a careless decision that puts the lives and livelihood of the most vulnerable at risk. In this panel discussion and roundtable, three scholars will discuss the social and ethical responsibilities of gathering, curating, and sharing data from very different perspectives.
For speaker bios and abstracts, please visit the event webpage.
This event is hosted by the Brown [email protected]. This event is open to the public, but registration is required. Please register at the event webpage. For event information, please contact Nicky Agate at [email protected] or [email protected].