[Humanist] 29.505 events: CaTaC'16 update

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Wed Nov 25 09:26:36 CET 2015

                 Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 29, No. 505.
            Department of Digital Humanities, King's College London
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        Date: Tue, 24 Nov 2015 15:23:07 +0100
        From: "Charles M. Ess" <c.m.ess at media.uio.no>
        Subject: Keynote speakers, registration fees, date correction - CaTaC'16


On behalf of the Conference Co-Organizers and Programme Committee, I'm 
very happy to announce our two keynote speakers for CaTaC'16 (June 
15-17, 2016 - please note corrected date):

Ann Light, Professor of Design and Creative Technology, School of 
Engineering and Informatics, University of Sussex.

Peter-Paul Verbeek, Philosophy Department & DesignLab, Twente 
University, the Netherlands.

Additional information:
CaTaC'16: Culture, Technology, Communication: Common world, different 

An IFIP supported event (International Federation for Information 
Processing), Working Group 13.8: Interaction Design and International 
Development.  http://ifip-tc13.org/working-groups/working-group-13-8/ 

Publication: in addition to Open Access Conference Proceedings, 
selected papers will be considered for a volume in the IFIP Advances in 
Information and Communication Technology series, published by Springer.

Venue: University of West London
Dates: June 15-17, 2016

CaTaC'16 will be open for papers exploring the intersections between 
culture, technology, and communication, applying different theoretical 
and methodological perspectives, genres, and styles.
In addition, CaTaC'16 will have three themes:

 At the Intersections of Culture, Technology, and Communication: Is 
Another Design Possible? 
 Culture, Technology, and Communication in Design for Development
 Culture, Technology, and Communication in Practice?
Both short (3-5 pages) and long (10-15 pages) original papers are 
sought for presentation. Panel proposals addressing a specific theme or 
topic are also encouraged: please include names of committed 
participants and (provisional) presentation titles.
Please see our website,  http://philo.at/ocs2/index.php/london16/  for 
additional details.

Important Dates:
Paper submission for peer-review: February 15, 2016
Notification of acceptance: April 1, 2016
Final papers and panel descriptions due for Conference Proceedings: May 
1, 2016

The Conference Proceedings will be published on the conference website 
with an ISBN number. Authors retain copyright to their papers and are 
welcome to attach a Creative Commons license indication on their work.

Early bird registration fees (February 1 – April 15, 2016):
Standard: 125 GBP
Author or reviewer: 115 GBP
Author and reviewer: 105 GBP
Student: 80 GBP
(Full registration fees – after April 15: add 25 GBP)

Conference Co-organizers:
 José Abdelnour-Nocera, Local host(School of Computing and Technology, 
University of West London)
 Charles Ess, CaTaC Co-chair (Department of Media and Communication, 
University of Oslo)
 Maja van der Velden, CaTaC Co-chair (Department of Informatics, 
University of Oslo)
Programme Committee
 Herbert Hrachovec, (Philosophy Department, University of Vienna)
 Michele M. Strano, Program Chair (Communication Studies, Bridgewater 

We look forward to welcoming you to London next June!
- charles
Professor in Media Studies
Department of Media and Communication
University of Oslo

Director, Centre for Research in Media Innovations (CeRMI)
Editor, The Journal of Media Innovations

Postboks 1093
Blindern 0317
Oslo, Norway
c.m.ess at media.uio.no

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