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CFP: Embodiment in the Arts and Digital Media (2/18/05; online journal)

updated: 
Friday, February 11, 2005 - 3:00pm
cfp-jen_at_lists.sas.upenn.edu

Date: Wed, 9 Feb 2005 01:12:16 -0800 (PST)
From: Jason Farman <jasonfarman_at_yahoo.com>
To: cfp_at_english.upenn.edu
Subject: CFP: Embodiment in the Arts and Digital Media (2/18/05; online journal)

The Dance and New Media Project at the University of
California, Los Angeles is now accepting submissions
for Volume 2 (2005) of Extensions: The Online Journal
for Embodied Technology. This volume of the journal
will be titled:

Mediated Bodies: Locating Corporeality in a Pixilated
World

UPDATE: Media in Science Fiction (1/19/05; collection)

updated: 
Tuesday, December 21, 2004 - 1:13pm
Jowett Lorna

Science Fiction: one universe?
Edited by Nick Heffernan and Lorna Jowett.

*Deadline now extended to 19 January 2005.

Having received preliminary interest from a publisher, we invite chapter
proposals or already completed essays for a collection focusing on the range
of different media within science fiction (film, television, literature,
comics/ graphic novels, computer games).

UPDATE: Pics and Bits: Word and Image in Art Forms and Communication Media (12/5/04; e-journal)

updated: 
Monday, November 8, 2004 - 9:10pm
Kirsten C. Uszkalo

We have received numerous inquiries on the submission of visual =
representations of text. As such, nasty would like to extend the CFP to =
include representation of text in image, image and text, and textual =
studies of art forms apart from comics and graphic novels.

Here is the original CFP=20

nasty
Call for Papers

Issue #15: Pics and Bits

In the Humanities, we long ago redefined the concept of "text" to
include architecture, clothing, furniture, and any other material
object, artistic or otherwise, that can be a vessel for narrative. It is

possible, in fact, that the printed word as we know it is merely a blip
in the history of human communication.

UPDATE: Multimedia and Early Modern Literary Studies (6/1/05; journal issue)

updated: 
Wednesday, November 3, 2004 - 2:09pm
Andrew McMurry

The deadline for abstracts is 06/01/05 not 09/31/04

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From: Andrew McMurry <amcmurry_at_artsmail.uwaterloo.ca>
Date: Wed, 27 Oct 2004 19:00:48 -0400
To: <cfp_at_english.upenn.edu>
Subject: CFP: Multimedia and Early Modern Literary Studies (09/31/05;
journal issue)

CFP: Multimedia and Early Modern Literary Studies (9/31/05; journal issue)

updated: 
Monday, November 1, 2004 - 3:31pm
Andrew McMurry

For a special issue of Early Modern Literary Studies, guest editors
Katherine Acheson and Andrew McMurry invite submissions that practise and/or
theorize the use of multimedia in pedagogical and scholarly communication in
early modern studies. Topics to be considered: the perils and opportunities
of new media scholarship; the role of the scholar-designer; the
representation of historicity in multimedia; the transformation of the
rhetoric of scholarly argument in multimedia; the constraints and
affordances of multimodal communication in humanities scholarship, including
those that pertain to the materiality of the technology; any other topic

CFP: Media within Science Fiction (12/15/04; collection)

updated: 
Tuesday, October 26, 2004 - 9:04pm
Jowett Lorna

Science Fiction: one universe?
Edited by Nick Heffernan and Lorna Jowett.

Having received preliminary interest from a publisher, we invite chapter
proposals or already completed essays for a collection focusing on the range
of different media within science fiction (film, television, literature,
comics/ graphic novels, computer games).

UPDATE: Lost and Found in Virtual Reality: Women and Information Technology (10/30/04; edited book)

updated: 
Monday, October 18, 2004 - 3:33am
Heidi Strengell

The University of Lapland (Finland) will publish a book entitled Lost and
Found in Virtual Reality: Women and Information Technology. We have already
received a good number of outstanding contributions from different
countries. Some of the writers have asked for more time to complete their
essays. The deadline has therefore been extended to October 30th. We also
welcome new submissions.

The book is peer-reviewed and due for publication in spring 2005.

CFP: Distributed Aesthetics (12/20/04; journal issue)

updated: 
Monday, October 11, 2004 - 4:54pm
Anna Munster

Distributed Aesthetics =96 Call for Papers for fibreculture journal,=20
issue to be published May 2005

It has been widely argued by sociologists, cultural and media theorists=20=

such as Manuel Castells, Arjun Appardurai and Geert Lovink that we now=20=

live in a landscape shaped by the flows and traffic of globally=20
networked information. We have become, in Castells words, a =91networked=20=

society=92 and our cultural, social and economic practices must operate=20=

within this global space of flows. The geography of place and history=20
in which association through physical proximity and tradition such as=20
neighbourhood, or through identification based upon race, class or sex,=20=

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