CFP: Technology, Knowledge, and Society Conference
by Adam Robbert
NINTH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON TECHNOLOGY, KNOWLEDGE, AND SOCIETY CONFERENCE
University of British Columbia – Robson Square
13-14 January 2013
The Technology Conference is interdisciplinary in scope, and is unique in its focus on the relationships between technology, knowledge, and society.
Given its role in the recent global events, the special theme for 2013: Organize, Challenge, Re-Imagine: New Media and Social Movements
Other topics are welcome, and should focus on the use of technology in areas such as, but not limited to:
- Access to Information and Proprietary Rights
- New Learning Methods and Knowledge Distribution
- Virtual Communities and Cyber-Identity
- Global Networking and Development
The 2013 Conference is very proud to include Jesse Drew, Associate Professor of Cinema and Technocultural Studies at the University of California, Davis, as a plenary speaker.
Presenters will have the option to submit to be published in the refereed ‘International Journal of Technology, Knowledge, and Society.’
Proposals must be in English, include a title, a 20-30 word “Short Description” (thesis statement), a 200-300 word “Long Description” (abstract), and can be submitted electronically through our website: http://techandsoc.com/conference-2013/call-for-papers/
Virtual Proposals/Registrations, as well as Non-Presenter Registrations are encouraged.
Upcoming Deadline: 12 June 2012. (Subsequent Deadlines will be announced on our website)
We look forward to seeing you in Vancouver in 2013.
On behalf of the Technology Conference