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Humanities and Technology Review
Humanities and Technology Review (HTR)
CALL FOR ARTICLES AND BOOK REVIEWS
HTR is the interdisciplinary peer reviewed journal, published annually, of the Humanities and Technology Association (HTA). Generally, HTR explores the interface between the humanities and technology. All disciplines are welcome. For the Fall 2011 edition (volume 30), we are looking for article submissions and reviews of books in the following tracks:
PHILOSOPHICAL, POLITICAL, AND ETHICAL DIMENSIONS: topics focused on how technology impacts the sense of being human; the environment; political participation and democratic governance; sustainability; power and global equality.
TECHNOLOGY AND SOCIAL LIFE: topics dealing with questions such as: does technology enable new/destroy old forms of social life; advance/hinder gender equality; raise/diminish standards of living and economic well-being; suggest/force human adaptations to technological environments?
REPRESENTATIONS OF TECHNOLOGY: the manifold interactions of art and technology; aesthetic and artistic accounts of and reactions to the destruction of old/the creation of new technologies
TECHNOLOGY AND EDUCATION: topics focused on the broader interface between technology and pedagogy; technology, education, and the classroom
Manuscript Submissions Policy and Instructions
HTR is available both in print and electronic media and all work published in HTR will come under a Creative Commons “Attribution, Non-Commercial, No Derivatives” license. [Authors should consult the Creative Commons website (www.creativecommons.org) for further information.] Manuscripts should follow the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (fourth or subsequent edition). Articles should be approximately 6000 words; but this guideline is flexible. Book reviews should be 1500-2100 words in length and they should provide a substantive assessment, as well as a critical analysis, of the book’s theme. Reviews should be on books that have been published within two years of the journal volume in which they will appear. All submissions should be prepared for a blind review. Avoid ampersands. Footnotes should be kept to a minimum. Do not use any special formatting tools. Submissions should be sent by email as an MSWORD 2007 attachment to Frederick B. Mills, Editor, HTR, Department of History and Government, Bowie State University: firstname.lastname@example.org.
THE DEADLINE FOR MANUSCRIPT SUBMISSIONS IS MARCH 31, 2011.