Category: cfp’s

International Workshop in Madrid using open source technologies for artistic production

Media Lab Madrid, together with David Cuartielles (Arduino), Casey Reas (Processing), Zach Liebermann (Code Artist), and Hans C. Steiner (PureData) are proud to present a two weeks project development workshop to happen in Madrid – Spain between April 17 – 30, 2006. Main goal to this workshop is to create projects including open source technologies […]

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Learning Inquiry

Call for papers Learning Inquiry A new journal from Springer Editors: Jason Nolan and Jeremy Hunsinger email: Learning Inquiry is a refereed scholarly journal, devoted to establishing the area of “learning” as a focus for transdisciplinary study. The journal is a forum centered on learning that remains open to varied objects of inquiry, including […]

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interesting conference.

The Two Cultures: Reconsidering the division between the Sciences and Humanities 21 and 22 July 2005 Venue: Lecture Room A, Webster Building, the University of NSW The Two Cultures: Reconsidering the division between the Sciences and Humanities, will bring scholars together from the sciences (physics, molecular biology, computation, evolutionary systems) and the humanities, social […]

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Fastcapitalism 1.1

I am pleased to announce that the first issue of Fast Capitalism is now available at  We are already planning for FC 1.2, for which the (flexible) deadline is May 1st, 2005.  The focus of the second issue will be the future of the American left, although we will certainly welcome articles on other […]

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Female [super] Heroes

Female [super] Heroes This is a reopening of submissions for an anthology whose primary concern is Feminist interpretations of the female [super] hero in popular culture with emphasis on (though certainly not limited to) race, able, disabled, hyper and cyberdized bodies, gender constructions and desire. The goal of the anthology is to deal with the […]

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