[CITASA] Final Reminder: Call for chapter proposals: Conditions of Mediation

Scott Rodgers rodgers_scott at hotmail.com
Tue Sep 10 06:06:10 EDT 2013


Final Reminder - apologies for cross-posting 

CALL FOR CHAPTER
PROPOSALS

 

Conditions of
Mediation: Phenomenological Approaches to Media, Technology and Communication

Editors: Tim Markham and Scott Rodgers

 

In June 2013, the ICA preconference Conditions of Mediation (see http://conditionsofmediation.wordpress.com
for further information) brought together scholars from a wide range of
perspectives – including audience studies, political theory, metaphysics, media
archaeology, software studies, science and technology studies, cultural
geography and urban studies – to critically reflect on both the merits and
limits of phenomenological approaches for understanding media, in
philosophical, theoretical, political and empirical terms.

 

Inspired by this very successful conference, we are now preparing
a proposal for an edited book under the same title. The proposed format of the book is to have
a substantive introduction, two ‘dialogues’ involving Graham Harman, Lisa Parks,
Paddy Scannell, Shaun Moores, Nick Couldry and David Berry (based on their
keynote papers), and 10-12 short paper chapters of 4000 words (excluding
bibliography). 

 

We are therefore issuing an
Open Call for Chapter Proposals. If you are interested in contributing a
chapter to this edited book, please send a chapter title and 400 word abstract
by no later than 15 September 2013 to Scott Rodgers at s.rodgers at bbk.ac.uk. Those
that are subsequently invited to submit a full chapter will need to have this
completed by 1 March 2014.

 

Please direct any inquiries
to Scott Rodgers at s.rodgers at bbk.ac.uk.
We look forward to receiving your chapter proposals.

 

 		 	   		   		 	   		  
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