Call for Proposals, Queer Climate Justice Edited Volume

Published On: Feb 9 2024

Deadline: Mar 15, 2024

This call for proposals emerges from the lineage of conversations within queer ecologies, pollinated with queer of color, decolonial, transnational, ecofeminist, and critical environmental and climate justice scholarship that offer complexly intersectional insights on the violence to mind-body-land-spirit at the root of climate change and ancestral strategies for a future otherwise (Gómez-Barris, 2017; Hall, 2014; Mikulewicz et al., 2023; Mortimer-Sandilands & Erickson, 2010; Pellow, 2017; Pulido & De Lara, 2018; Rice et al., 2021; Seymour, 2013; Shiva & Mies, 2014; Simpson,...

Call for Chapter Proposals: Football Politics and Cultural Production in Africa: Issues and Discourses

Published On: Feb 9 2024

Deadline: Apr 30, 2024

Abstracts of not more than 400 words and brief authors’ bios can be submitted to the following email addresses on or before April 30, 2024.

TATuP: Call for abstracts 33/3 (2024): "The materials transition in architecture and construction"

Published On: Jan 18 2024

Deadline: Jan 29, 2024

Call for Abstracts: Special topic "The material transition in architecture and construction. Social, economic, spatial and cultural implications and appropriation processes". Deadline for submitting your abstract: 29/01/2024. This call advertises for the interdisciplinary TATuP Special topic in 33/3 (2024).

Call for Book Chapters - Politics of Open Infrastructures (deadline Jan 31st, 2024)

Published On: Jan 18 2024

Deadline: Jan 31, 2024

We are excited to invite contributions to our upcoming book, "Politics of Open Infrastructures," exploring open digital knowledge infrastructuress. We welcome abstracts for chapters that delve into respective of open infrastructures, including their development, governance, and impact on public policy, research environments, and social change.

CfP - Care-ful convening: towards low carbon and inclusive knowledge sharing

Published On: Dec 15 2023

Deadline: Jan 15, 2024

We welcome diverse submissions from across disciplines, and invite contributions to one of the three categories below. Authors are welcome to submit to multiple categories. We encourage collaborative submissions, particularly those that cross academic boundaries, institutional borders, and geographic locations. We are eager to accept pieces: that bring together the past, present, and future; that hold complex tensions; that showcase alternative value systems to challenge dominant modes of relating steeped in racism, patriarchy, capitalism, extractivism, and colonialism; that provoke new ways o...

Special Issue CfP - Communication and Environment

Published On: Dec 15 2023

Deadline: Feb 29, 2024

We invite expressions of interest from a wide field of research and practice, especially perspectives that consider communication and contestation around environmental issues as multi-directional exchanges between diverse stakeholder groups and different ways of knowing.

Call for Chapters: Arrangements of Power: Tracing Langdon Winner's Legacy Within and Beyond the Philosophy of Technology

Published On: Dec 14 2023

Deadline: Jan 1, 2024

For this volume, we want to represent the breadth of Winner’s influence, both in content and length of time. In this sense, we are particularly interested in featuring scholarship that hails not only from philosophy, STS, and political theory but also music studies, internet research, gender & sexuality studies, design studies, engineering, critical race studies, indigenous studies, and beyond, as it relates to technology and technological artifacts. Further, we encourage all career-stages of scholars to submit work, from graduate students to advanced researchers, to show how Winner&...

CfP for a journal issue on media art and STS

Published On: Dec 11 2023

Deadline: May 31, 2024

This special issue seeks to bring these developments into closer relation with media art studies and media theory. We welcome contributions analyzing a wide range of practices that involve technological processes in some way. This may include experimentation with different forms of data (and the question of what counts as data), sensorial translations, original hardware and software tools, alternative modes of computing, and imaginary media. How can the concept of media in the hands of an artist be reconsidered through the lens of (A)STS methods and concepts? How does ‘the work of art&rs...

Special Issue Journal of Environmental Media

Published On: Dec 11 2023

Deadline: May 15, 2024

As the special editors of issue 6.2 of JEM, the Journal of Environmental Media, we are pleased to share with you the call for proposals “Care-ful Convening: towards low carbon and inclusive knowledge sharing”.

New Media & Society Special Issue “Digital Twinning”

Published On: Nov 20 2023

Deadline: Dec 31, 2023

We are seeking abstracts (500 words) for submissions until December 31, 2023 (to be sent to christoph.borbach@uni-siegen.de, subject: “NM&S Special Issue: Digital Twinning”). Datafication in the analogue era followed a different logic than do today’s media processes, with all their entanglements and interdependencies with and within the ‘real’ world. Human bodies, system processes, and their data traces and virtual models are deeply intertwined in current postdigital—or rather, more-than-human (Lupton 2019)—media cultures. It is surely not a new id...

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