- Spiro Bolos (Teacher, New Trier High School)
- Tom Kucharski (Instructional Supervisor, Glenbrook South High School)
For classroom materials and embedded links to multimedia, please click on the image below:
Dan Lawler and I participated in a presentation/panel discussion called, "Inclusive Schools and Education Equity" in which the following questions were posed:
Thank you for participating in today's session. Below is an embedded slideshare of the presentation.
Based on Cariou v. Prince, _ F.3d _ (2d Cir. 2013).
Patrick Cariou published a book of photographs of Rastafarians and landscapes taken in Jamaica. Richard Prince utilized portions of and entire images from Cariou’s photographs in 28 paintings, many of which were shown in the Gagosian Gallery.Slides are numbered for classroom or workshop: each participant can use the critical reasoning process to make a fair use determination. NOTE: some content may be deemed NSFW. For a detailed analysis, please visit Rebecca Tushnet's "Transformativeness doesn't require commentary on original" as well as Kenneth Crews' analysis of the "Four Factors" at Columbia University (quoted above).