Conferences, Calls for Papers, Submissions
○ The Networked Citizen: New Contributions of the Digital Humanities
Consortium for Computers in the Humanities
2005 Meeting of the Congress of the Social Sciences and Humanities
The University of Western Ontario, 29–31 May 2005.
Proposals for papers and sessions are invited to be considered for presentation at the 2005 meeting of COCH/COSH at the Congress of the Social Sciences and Humanities.
Paper and/or session proposals will be accepted until 15 December 2004. All abstracts and questions should be sent electronically to the addresses below:
Patrick Finn (St. Mary's University-College) and Alan Galey (University of Western Ontario): email@example.com
○ Technology, Media, and Culture in the Space Between, 1914–1945
Submissions are invited for the Seventh Annual Conference of The Space Between: Literature and Culture, 1914–1945, at McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, 27–29 May 2005.
This interdisciplinary conference will explore the manifestations, effects, and representations of the new technologies of the 1914–1945 period. Considering this distinct period in twentieth-century history will offer crucial perspectives and insights on the significance of visual and auditory technologies, designed and built technologies, technologies of the body, technologies of flight, speed, and simultaneity, technologies of production, and technologies of social engineering. We are particularly interested in exploring the cultural relationships that emerge as the roles of the media and technology shape each other in our Space Between.
Please send 300-word abstracts or 10-page double-spaced 12 pt-font papers by 15 January 2005 to firstname.lastname@example.org. E-mail submissions are preferred, but hard-copy proposals may be sent to: Robin Feenstra, Dept. of English, McGill University, Arts Building, 853 Sherbrooke Street West, Montreal, Quebec, Canada H3A 2T6.
For information about our journal and membership in The Space Between, please visit our website: <http://www.precursors.org>.