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GERMAN-CFP-L  May 2005

GERMAN-CFP-L May 2005

Subject:

CFP: Leonardo Electronic Almanac: Wild Nature and the Digital Life (7/8/05; journal issue)

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Megan McKinstry <[log in to unmask]>

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German Studies CFP Forum <[log in to unmask]>

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>From: Sue Thomas <[log in to unmask]>
>
>Subject: CFP: Leonardo Electronic Almanac: Wild 
>Nature and the Digital Life (7/8/05; journal 
>issue)
>
>LEA Special Issue: Wild Nature and the Digital Life
>
>* Worldwide Call for Submissions *
>
>Guest Editors: Sue Thomas and Dene Grigar
>
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>
>http://mitpress2.mit.edu/e-journals/LEA/LEA2004/authors.htm#digiwild
>
>  The Leonardo Electronic Almanac (ISSN No: 1071-4391) is inviting
>papers [and artworks] themed around Wild Nature and the Digital  Life.
>
>  Wild nature has traditionally been perceived as the preserve of the
>physical world and may seem to have little to do with the abstract
>spaces of the digital. But what can be described as "wild nature" at a
>time when much of the earth's land is being annexed by cities, brought
>into production, and turned into tourist meccas or eco-excursions?
>How are humans reinventing "the wild" digitally?   What is the
>relationship between humans and wild nature, and has it changed with
>the advent of the computer technology? Is the notion of wild nature
>limited to the physical world, and if not, then where else can we find
>it? How do those who are most immersed in the digital integrate it
>with the physical?
>
>  While a critical response to these questions is highly encouraged, we
>are equally interested in the wide-angle view and in the intimate.
>Specifically, we welcome essays, interviews, reports and other genres
>of writing that speak to the ways in which we reconcile and integrate
>the relationship between wild nature and the digital life; that
>address the part that wild nature plays in our work; looks at the ways
>the functionality of our body in the digital compares with the way it
>works in the mountains, in the ocean, or other physical spaces; and
>explores the changes that the wired life has brought about to our
>domestic and professional habitat, how it may have changed our health,
>or shifted our understanding of ecosystems and of other species on
>this planet and elsewhere.
>
>Topics of interest might include (but are not limited to):
>
>- Projects combining art and natural history
>- Art and nature collaborations
>- Telematics and consciousness
>- Historical context
>- Connectedness studies
>- Embodiment theory
>- Emergence studies
>- Anthropology and social networks
>- Ecology and the environment
>- Natural magic and spirituality
>
>The twin conceptual territories of bits and atoms are closer than they
>may at first seem. This call invites papers and works that explore
>ways in which the wired sensibility has led us full circle towards an
>enhanced engagement with wild nature.
>
>LEA encourages international artists / academics / researchers /
>students / practitioners / theorists to submit their proposals for
>consideration. We particularly encourage authors outside North America
>and Europe to send proposals for essays / artists statements.
>
>
>As part of this special, LEA is looking to publish:
>
>- Critical Essays
>- Artist Statement/works in the LEA Gallery
>- Bibliographies (a peer reviewed bibliography with key
>texts/references in Digital Life)
>- Academic Curriculum (LEA encourages academics conducting course
>programmes in this area to contact us)
>
>Expressions of interest and outline should include:
>- A brief description of proposed text (300 words)
>- A brief author biography
>- Any related URLs
>- Contact details
>
>In the subject heading of the email message, please use "Name of
>Artist/Project Title: LEA Wild Nature and Digital Life  Date
>Submitted". Please cut and paste all text into body of email (without
>attachments). Detailed editorial guidelines at:
>http://mitpress2.mit.edu/e-journals/LEA/submit
>
>Deadline for expressions of interest: 8 July 2005
>Timeline (please note the timeline is subject to changes)
>8 July 2005 - submission of abstracts
>22 July 2005 - short-listed candidates informed
>2 September 2005 - contributors to submit full papers for peer review
>3  30 September 2005  Peer Review Process
>1  21 October 2005  Authors to make changes
>November 2005  Ready to publish papers
>
>Please send proposals or queries to:
>Sue Thomas and Dene Grigar
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>and      
>Nisar Keshvani
>LEA Editor-in-Chief
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>http://lea.mit.edu
>

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Assistant Editor:  Meghan McKinstry
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