Technology and Society: Shifting Identities and Digital Worlds NeMLA Roundtable - proposals 9/30/14
We welcome proposals for 10-minute roundtable presentations on "Technology and Society: Shifting Identities and Digital Worlds" for the upcoming Northeast Modern Language Association Conference in Toronto, Ontario (April 30-May 3, 2015).
Particularly welcome are papers about the intersections of digital technology and constructions of identity and difference, including gender, race and ethnicity, class, nation, disability, and sexuality. Papers should focus on contemporary culture, literature, or art.
Possible topics might include digital humanities projects, cyborg feminisms, representations of technological change in literature and film, digital-born literature, online activisms, technology and the global/local, or the representations of identity in social media.
Please go to the conference website to submit proposals of less than 500 words (the website will ask you to sign up if you have not logged into this site before): https://nemla.org/convention/2015/cfp.html