Curating Affective Technologies CFP
Following our Flinders University (SA) July ‘Curating Affective Technologies’ un-conference and paper workshop we’re calling for submission of full 5000 word papers for a special issue of Media International Australia (MIA) slated for publication in November 2017 and edited by Drs. Son Vivienne and Tully Barnett.
Our 2016 humanities research theme ‘Technologies of Memory and Affect’ has offered multiple avenues for engagement.
We call for papers on themes including but not limited to:
30 Dec 300 word abstract 16 Jan authors notified 6 March deadline 5000 word papers 8 May reviews back to authors 19 June author revisions finalised
Further queries and updates:
firstname.lastname@example.org and www.technologiesofmemoryandaffect.weebly.com
Also watch out for forthcoming call for participation in a visual methodologies workshop in January and our Technologies of Memory and Affect conference preceding the Adelaide Fringe Festival in February 2017.