Baron Pineda publishes article on internet governance and human rights for special issue of Yale Journal of Law and Technology
September 17, 2021
Professor of Anthropology and Latin American Studies Baron Pineda has published a paper, "Internet Governance and Human Rights in a Minor Key: Anthropological Perspectives," that appears in a special issue in Volume 23 of the Yale Journal of Law and Technology. The special issue features a group of scholars that has been convened by the Justice Collaboratory of the Yale Law School to explore issues related to the governance of social media platforms. The special issue is titled "In a New Light: Social Media Governance Reimagined."
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Baron Pineda, Eric and Jane Nord associate professor of anthropology, published "Indigenous Pan-Americanism: Contesting Settler Colonialism and the Doctrine of Discovery at the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues” in American Quarterly, Volume 69, Number 4, December 2017, pp. 823-832, published by Johns Hopkins University Press. Several Oberlin College students served as research assists for the publication.
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