Call for Papers: Theorizing the Web | #TtW18
Submission Deadline: Sunday, February 4, 2018 (11:59 p.m. EST)
Theorizing the Web is an event held annually since 2011 for critical, conceptual conversations about technology and society. The application to submit a topic to present at the conference is currently open.
We support theorizing by academics and non-academics and value clear and compelling arguments that avoid jargon. Activists, journalists, technologists, writers, artists, and people who don’t identify as any of the above are all encouraged to submit. Some general topical suggestions include the relationship between technology and identity, privacy, sexuality, gender, intimacy, the body, power, politics, surveillance, racism, sexism, ableism, class, harassment, space, chaos, design, discourse, knowledge, images, memes, attention, work, fiction, gaming, globalization, capitalism, and protest. Submissions should be 300 to 500 words.
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Want to attend?
TtW18 is held April 27th & 28th 2018 at The Museum of the Moving Image
Register now, and follow @TtW_conf on Twitter for program updates: http://theorizingtheweb.