CFP: The Fibreculture Journal: Internet Theory, Criticism, and Reserch (4/30/06; journal issue)

full name / name of organization: 
Andrew Murphie
contact email: 
a.murphie@unsw.edu.au

Call for Papers =96 the Fibreculture Journal =96 General Issue, 2006
(please circulate)

http://journal.fibreculture.org/

:: fibreculture:: has established itself as Australasia's leading =20
forum for discussion of internet theory, criticism, and research. The =20=

Fibreculture Journal is a peer reviewed journal that explores the =20
issues and ideas of concern and interest to both the Fibreculture =20
network and wider social formations. Themes of recent issues of the =20
journal have included: Contagion and the Diseases of Information; =20
Multitudes, Creative Organisation and the Precarious Condition of New =20=

Media Labour; and Mobility, New Social Intensities and the =20
Coordinates of Digital Networks. Issues currently in process are: =20
Distributed Aesthetics (to be launched December 2005); Games =20
Networks; and New Media, Networks and New Pedagogies.

Papers are other relevant works are invited for a General Issue of =20
the Fibreculture Journal, to be published in the second half of 2006. =20=

Proposed contributions should fall within the ambit of the =20
Fibreculture Journal=92s interests, as below.

There are guidelines for the format and submission of contributions =20
at <http://journal.fibreculture.org/> . These guidelines need to be =20
followed in all cases. Contributions should be sent electronically, =20
as attachments, to Andrew Murphie at a.murphie_at_unsw.edu.au. Articles =20
not conforming to the Fibreculture Journal's style guide may not be =20
considered. It is also the case that, although the Fibreculture =20
Journal editors will often work to edit manuscripts, we are not =20
always able to publish articles that require extensive editing in =20
order to conform to the standards of the journal.

The deadline for submissions is April 30, 2006.

The Fibreculture Journal encourages critical and speculative =20
interventions in the debate and discussions concerning information =20
and communication technologies and their policy frameworks, network =20
cultures and their informational logic, new media forms and their =20
deployment, and the possibilities of socio-technical invention and =20
sustainability. Other broad topics of interest include the cultural =20
contexts, philosophy and politics of:

:: information and creative industries
:: national strategies for innovation, research and development
:: education
:: media and culture, and
:: new media arts

The Fibreculture Journal encourages submissions that extend research =20
into critical and investigative networked theories, knowledges and =20
practices.

--"I thought I had reached port; but I seemed to be castback again into the open sea" (Deleuze and Guattari, after Leibniz)Dr Andrew Murphie - Senior LecturerSchool of Media, Film and Theatre, University of New South Wales, =20Sydney, Australia, 2052web:http://media.arts.unsw.edu.au/andrewmurphie/mysite/index.htmlfax:612 93856812 tlf:612 93855548 email: a.murphie_at_unsw.edu.auroom 311H, Webster Building ========================================================== From the Literary Calls for Papers Mailing List CFP_at_english.upenn.edu Full Information at http://cfp.english.upenn.edu or write Jennifer Higginbotham: higginbj_at_english.upenn.edu ==========================================================Received on Fri Dec 16 2005 - 13:09:04 EST

cfp categories: 
cultural_studies_and_historical_approaches