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Calls for Papers

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Global Infectious Diseases: New Challenges and Solutions

January 20 2017 |

The American Journal of Law and Medicine (AJLM) invites scholars working within the fields of law, the social sciences, the humanities, and the health sciences to the AJLM Symposium titled "Critical Race Theory and the Health Sciences" taking place at the Boston University School of Law on ...

RESEARCHING INTIMACIES AND NEW MEDIA: METHODOLOGICAL OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES

Deadline: December 01 2016

We hereby invite contributions to a special issue of Qualitative Inquiry to be published 2018.

Guest Editors: Katherine Harrison (University of Copenhagen, Denmark & Lund University, Sweden) & Maria Bee Christensen - Strynø (Roskilde University, Denmark)
Deadline for submission: 1 December ...

Call for papers: Edited collection on STS Approaches to Science Communication

Deadline: January 31 2017

Editors: Sarah R Davies (University of Copenhagen) & Ulrike Felt (University of Vienna)

Public communication of science is a key way that people encounter scientific knowledge. Whether in mass media, science museums, public events, or online, science communication is used by audiences in ...

RESEARCHING INTIMACIES AND NEW MEDIA: METHODOLOGICAL OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES

Deadline: December 01 2016

Guest Editors: Katherine Harrison (University of Copenhagen, Denmark & Lund University, Sweden) & Maria Bee Christensen - Strynø (Roskilde University, Denmark)
Deadline for submission: 1 December 2016 New media are increasingly intersecting and intertwined with our daily lives, bodily and ...

CfP for Science as Culture (SaC) Forum: Economic Assumptions

Deadline: January 31 2017

Forum Editor: Kean Birch

Economic assumptions underpin an enormous range of expert judgements regarding technoscience and beyond. Such assumptions frequently remain implicit, meaning that they are unaccountable despite being powerful influences on an array of decisions, policies, media ...

Special Issue of Qualitative Inquiry

Deadline: December 01 2016

RESEARCHING INTIMACIES AND NEW MEDIA: METHODOLOGICAL OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES

Guest Editors: Katherine Harrison (University of Copenhagen, Denmark & Lund University, Sweden) & Maria Bee Christensen-Strynø (Roskilde University, Denmark)

Deadline for submission: 1 December 2016
New media are ...

Special Issue of Design Issues: Organizing provocation, conflict and appropriation

Deadline: January 10 2017

Contribute to a Special Issue of Design Issues: Organizing provocation, conflict and appropriation: The role of the designer in making publics

Because of the importance of the role and embodiment of the designer/artist in making publics, this special issue draws attention to reflexive practices ...

Visual Data as Accountability, Resistance, and Surveillance

Deadline: August 10 2016

For a special issue of Law & Social Inquiry (Journal links: Wiley | American Bar Association)

Edited by: Sarah Brayne (UT-Austin), Karen E. C. Levy (Cornell), and Bryce Clayton Newell (Tilburg)

Also at the website.
Overview

The capture, analysis, and dissemination of visual data—including ...