by Doina Bein
The International Conference on Information Technology - New Generations (ITNG) is an annual event focusing on state of the art technologies pertaining to digital information and communications. The applications of advanced information technology to such domains as astronomy, biology, education, geosciences, security and health care are among topics of relevance to ITNG. Visionary ideas, theoretical and experimental results, as well as prototypes, designs, and tools that help the information readily flow to the user are of special interest.
Families on Screen in the Americas Since 1970 [announcement]
by Christelle Gomis
International Conference: Congrès de l'Institut des Amériques (9-11 October 2019, Paris)
by D'An Knowles Ball
Each month, the MediaCommons Field Guide hosts a different conversation in Media Studies, Digital Humanities, and Culture Studies asking contributors to connect their interests or research to a core conceptual question.
NeMLA 2019 - Adapting to New Media: Early Experiments in Remediated Narrative (panel) [announcement]
by Yair Solan
CFP for panel at the Northeast Modern Language Association (NeMLA) convention in Washington, DC: March 21-24, 2019
Deadline for submissions: September 30, 2018
"Adapting to New Media: Early Experiments in Remediated Narrative"
Chair: Yair Solan, Queens College, CUNY
Memorizing the Future: Collecting in the 21st Century [announcement]
by Johannes Endres
Memorizing the Future: Collecting in the 21st Century, Vanderbilt University, Nashville/TN
Media and Information Literacy Seminar [announcement]
by Alireza Salehi Nejad
Celebrating the Global Media and Information Literacy Week (24 - 31 Oct 2018), the UNESCO Chair on Cyberspace and Culture in collaboration with University of Tehran, the Iranian National UNESCO Commission, the Center for Cyberspace Research Policy Center, and the Iranian World Studies Association are organizing the Media and Information Literacy Seminar on 29 Oct 2018.
Law and Popular Culture Area: American Culture Association/Popular Culture Association 2019 Joint National Conference [announcement]
by Patricia Peknik
We invite papers and presentations on all aspects of law and popular culture, including but not limited to: images of law and outlaws in popular music; representations of the Supreme Court, the Constitution, and the judicial process in popular culture; legal and social aspects of the #MeToo movement; pop culture representations of law enforcement in the age of Black Lives Matter; images of law and justice on the small screen (Westworld, The Americans); music copyr