In observation of the expansion of the public domain in 2019, Unclosure: An Act for the Encouragement of Learning examines how U.S. copyright law interacts with digital research and pedagogy. Working with Robert Frost’s New Hampshire (1923), the project presents a series of tutorials that demonstrate how to use a public domain work in order to empower our audience to understand, transform, and intervene in the range of material now available online.

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