call for papers


Subject: call for papers
From: Darren Copeland (darcope@interlog.com)
Date: Wed Apr 28 1999 - 12:55:21 EDT


Forwarded from radio-studies list... respond to appropriate party indicated
below.

- Darren

>I though listers might be interested in this call-. Rebecca Coyle who
>appears on the list of reviews for the current issue-was involved wuith
>peter Lewis , myself and others producing 'Relay ' magazine (about community
>radio ) in the eighties ...Caroline Mitchell
>
>
>Convergence: The Journal of Research into New Media Technologies
>*CALL FOR PAPERS*
>
>The Summer 2000 issue of Convergence (vol. 6, no. 2) will be a special issue
>on
>
>Synthesisers, Sound and Music. Contributors are invited to submit papers on
>any
>aspect of the relationship between synthesisers, sound and music in audio
>and/or
>audio-visual media over the last 50 years.
>
>Copy deadline for refereed research articles: 30 October 1999
>But expressions of interest are encouraged as soon as possible as several
>papers
>are already under consideration.
>
>All proposals and submissions for this special issue to:
>
>Philip Hayward,
>Director of the Centre for Contemporary Music Studies,
>Macquarie University,
>Sydney,
>NSW 2109,
>Australia.
>
>phone: +61 2 805 7111
>fax: +61 2 9850 9245
>email: phayward@humanities.mq.edu.au
>
>All other inquiries, proposals for articles or completed papers should be
>sent
>to: Julia Knight or Alexis Weedon, Editors, Convergence, Dept of Media Arts,
>
>University of Luton, 75 Castle Street, Luton, LU1 3AJ, United Kingdom. Web
>site:
>www.luton.ac.uk/Convergence Tel: +44 1582 734111, fax: + 44 1582 489014,
>email:
>
>Convergence@luton.ac.uk
>
>*LATEST ISSUE*
>Spring 1999 (vol. 5 no. 1)
>Contents
>
>Debates
>
>Peter Braunstein
>The Case for Lateral Thinking: Discerning New Thought Patterns in the
>Contemporary Info-Sphere
>
>Christie Carson
>Digital Resources: Do They Entrench or Enliven the Canon?
>
>Articles
>
>Amy Bruckman
>The Day After Net Day: Approaches to Educational Use of the Internet
>
>Philip Hayward
>Inter-Planetary Soundclash: Music, Technology and Territorialisation in Mars
>
>Attacks!
>
>Marjorie D. Kibby
>The Didj and the Web: Networks of Articulation and Appropriation
>
>Feature Reports
>
>Dan Fleming
>Wired Scholarship: The Invisible College Revisited
>
>Ted Krueger
>Intelligence and Autonomy
>
>Reviews
>
>Rebecca Coyle
>Resounding Technologies
>Joel Chadabe, Electric Sound: The Past and Promise of Electronic Music; and
>Paul
>Theberge, Any Sound You Can Imagine: Making Music/Consuming Technology
>
>Margaret Morse
>The Beat Goes On: Materialist and Embodied Approaches to the Virtual
>Sean Cubitt, Digital Aesthetics; and John Wood (ed), The Virtual Embodied:
>Presence/Practice/Technology
>
>Micheline Frenette
>Media, Education Culture: A Series in Search of Direction
>Sue Howard (ed), Wired-Up, Young people and the electronic media; and J.
>Sefton-Green (ed), Digital diversions, Youth culture in the age of
>multimedia
>
>Bruce C. Klopfenstein
>The New Internet Math: Webonomics
>Evan I. Schwartz, Webonomics: Nine Essential Principles for Growing Your
>Business
>on the World Wide Web
>
>Mary C Dyson
>Artworks for Learning
>Masterworks for Learning: a college collection catalogue, Allen Memorial Art
>
>Museum
>
>*****************
>
>
>
>
>
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