I’m now officially the newest member of IPinCH (Intellectual Property in Cultural Heritage), an international collaborative research project looking at the theoretical, practical, ethical and policy issues of cultural heritage. I’m really excited to become involved with IPinCH activities, and am looking forward to contributing to the project as a whole, but especially through the Working Groups on Cultural Tourism, on Community-Based Cultural Heritage Research, and on IP and Research Ethics. You can read more about IPinCH from their main page and their mission and vision statements, and check out my bio on their site!

You can also read more about their beautiful logo, designed by Coast Salish artist lessLIE.