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GERMAN-CFP-L May 2006

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CFP: History and Changing Paradigms: The Role of Digital Media and Arts in How We View our World (8/1/06; 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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>Subject: CFP: History and Changing Paradigms: 
>The Role of Digital Media and Arts in How We 
>View our World (8/1/06; journal issue)
>From: <[log in to unmask]>
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>
>The Journal of the International Digital Media and Arts Association is
>currently seeking submissions for a special themed issue on History and
>Changing Paradigms: the Role of Digital Media and Arts in How We View our
>World. The Journal of The International Digital Media and Arts Association is
>a quarterly seeking to respond to the rapidly developing field of digital
>media and arts in a variety of settingsˇacademic, educational, artistic,
>political, and social.  The editorial board invites original submissions that
>consider the development, application, and understanding of digital media and
>arts; the purpose of the journal is promote awareness of this growing field
>and to prompt discussion about the issues that are a part of our increasingly
>digital world.
>
>In this special issue, we seek work that considers how digital media and arts
>have been contributing to changes in the ways that people see their world,
>both literally and conceptually, with a particular emphasis on the ýideaţ of
>History.  Suggested topics include but are not limited to:
>
>´	the role of digital media in academia: for example, how digital media
>and arts have become integral to a wide range of disciplines, bringing about
>new understandings of ýinterdisciplinaryţ and perhaps challenging traditional
>academic boundaries
>´	the role of digital media and arts in teaching
>´	the role of digital media and arts in the distribution and reception
>of film, television, and music
>´	the role of digital media and arts in new forms of theatre and dance
>and visual arts
>´	the role of digital media and arts in public art and public history,
>including their use in museums and archives
>´	the role of digital media and arts in politics and social activism
>´	the role of digital media and arts in social historyˇfrom online
>communities and their impact on notions of community to the emergence of new
>social fears and hopes
>
>The journal is published online as a PDF document, with a once-a-year print
>version (http://www.idmaa.org/).  In keeping with the IDMAaÝs mission of
>serving a wide range of educators, practitioners, scholars, and organizations
>with interests in digital media, contributors are encouraged to consider
>formats for their submissions that best suit the goal of the author.  To that
>end, contributions can take one of the following formats:
>
>
>
>1) Traditional Peer-reviewed Research Articles
>
>Authors interested in peer-review should indicate this with their
>submission.    Please provide author identification on the title page only. 
>This title page should also include: the complete title, postal address,
>email address, and phone number.  If the article refers to the author in any
>way, please provide an alternative moniker for the purposes of blind review. 
>A second page should consist of a 75-100 word abstract.  Please be sure to
>utilize page numbering.  Peer-reviewed articles are expected to be at least
>15 pages long, and no longer than 25 (double-spaced)ˇincluding a final
>section with notes and references.  Notes and references should appear at the
>end of the article, double-spaced.  Please follow the formats of either the
>current edition of The Publication Manual of the American Psychological
>Association or The Publication Manual of the Modern Language Association. 
>
>2) Commentary and Criticism
>
>Authors interested in non-peer-reviewed contributions should indicate this
>with their submission.  The title page should include: authorÝs name, the
>complete title, postal address, email address, and phone number.  Please be
>sure to utilize page numbering.  Commentary and Criticism articles should be
>at least 5 pages long, and no longer than 15 (double-spaced)ˇincluding a
>final section with notes and references.  Notes and references should appear
>at the end of the article, double-spaced. Please follow the formats of either
>the current edition of The Publication Manual of the American Psychological
>Association or The Publication Manual of the Modern Language Association.  
>
>Commentary and Criticism contributors are encouraged to push the boundaries
>of the traditional; the journal will consider interviews, opinion pieces and
>editorials, reviews of books, articles, and digital media artwork, etc., as
>well as shorter academic and scholarly articles.
>
>
>All authors should send electronic versions of their article to Dr. Sharon
>Ross, Associate Editor, at: [log in to unmask]  The electronic attachment
>should be a word doc (.doc) or in rich text (.rtf).  Please include in a
>separate document a 75-100 word bio.  Upon receipt, the associate editor will
>notify the author; within 4-6 weeks, the author will receive notice of
>acceptance or denial of the submission; if accepted, the author should expect
>to consider recommendations for revision and complete a final draft within 4
>weeks.  Jointly-authored submissions will be considered.
>
>PLEASE SEND ALL SUBMISSIONS BY AUGUST 1st.

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