[Reader-list] Conference on Technology, Knowledge and Society, Berkeley, February 2005 - Call for Papers

Vivek Narayanan vivek at sarai.net
Wed Nov 24 11:24:57 IST 2004

>>Dear Colleague,
>>I am writing to you on behalf of the Conference Organising Committee to 
>>inform you of the call-for-papers for:
>>University of California, Berkeley, Friday 18 - Sunday 20 February 2005
>>This conference takes a broad and cross-disciplinary approach to 
>>technology in society. With a particular focus on digital information and 
>>communications technologies, the interests addressed by the conference 
>>include: human usability, technologies for citizenship and community 
>>participation, and learning technologies. Participants will include 
>>researchers, teachers and practitioners whose interests are either 
>>technical or humanistic, or whose work crosses over between the applied 
>>technological and social sciences.
>>As well as an impressive line up of international main speakers, the 
>>conference will also include numerous paper, workshop and colloquium 
>>presentations. We would particularly like to invite you to respond to the 
>>conference call for papers. Papers submitted for the conference 
>>proceedings will be fully peer-refereed and published in print and 
>>electronic formats in the new International Journal of Technology, 
>>Knowledge and Society. If you are unable to attend the conference in 
>>person, virtual registrations are also available which allow you to submit 
>>a paper for refereeing and possible publication in this fully refereed 
>>academic journal, as well as access to the electronic version of the 
>>conference proceedings. The deadline for the first round call for papers 
>>is 30 November 2004. Proposals are reviewed within two weeks of 
>>Full details of the conference, including an online call for papers form, 
>>are to be found at the conference website.
>>Yours Sincerely,
>>Dr Christopher Scanlon
>>The Globalism Institute
>>RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia
>>Note: Under new Australian Legislation, we want to ensure you are not 
>>unhappy that we contact you by email about this conference. We have 
>>identified you as an academic who works in the humanities or social 
>>sciences and who may be interested in the themes of this conference. If 
>>you wish to discontinue email communication in relation to this 
>>conference, please inform us by reply.

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