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Calls for Papers
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Deadline: September 01 2015Call for Paper Prize - Outstanding Paper in Feminist Science and Technology Studies
Feminists in Science and Technology Studies (FiSTS) with Catalyst: Feminism, Theory, and Technoscience announces a new annual prize, the Outstanding Paper in Feminist Science and Technology Studies. The winning ...
Deadline: September 15 2015Background and Rationale
This call for papers is concerned with two disciplinary fields, commonly referred to as ‘STS’ and ‘Global Health’, and how they encounter each other. The special issue will provoke discussion about the analytical, methodological and practical encounters of these ...
Deadline: September 18 2015The National Academy of Engineering Center for Engineering, Ethics, and Society (CEES) invites submissions of ethics activities that prepare students for ethical practices, research, or leadership in engineering. Eligible activities may be at the bachelor’s or master’s level for engineering ...
Deadline: January 01 2015The SAGE Encyclopedia of Aging: Multidisciplinary Perspectives (this is also open to graduate students)
We are inviting academic editorial contributors to The SAGE Encyclopedia of Aging, a new multi-volume reference to be published in 2016. The SAGE Encyclopedia of Aging includes approximately ... ...
Deadline: December 15 2011Information and communication technologies (ICTs) are building a new habitat (infosphere) in which future generations will spend an increasing amount of time. So, how individuals construct, shape and maintain their personal identities online (PIOs) is a problem of growing and pressing importance. ...
Deadline: October 01 2010Social Semiotics invites submissions to a special issue “The Body in Breast Cancer” in order to mobilize new critical interventions into the materiality of breast cancer.
The body, at the level of the breast, is the terrain on and through which breast cancer registers. This body, as ...
Daiwie Fu, National Yang Ming University, Taiwan
Warwick Anderson, University of Sydney, Australia / University of Wisconsin-Madison, US
Pingyi Chu, Academic Sinica, Taiwan
Sungook Hong, Seoul National University, South Korea
Togo Tsukahara, Kobe University,