[Air-L] CCA 2010 CFP : addendum
latzko-toth.guillaume at uqam.ca
Wed Jan 20 20:17:52 PST 2010
Sorry, I didn't realize the CFP itself was not attached to my previous
Here is the direct link to the PDF:
Only the deadline has changed. It's February 1st for all kinds of
submissions (individual papers, panels with up to 4 papers,
roundtables, etc.; see the CFP for details). Note that there is a
special session for master's students.
For details on the conference and requirements for papers, go here:
Then, to submit a proposal, go here:
Hope it helps.
From: Dale Bradley <dbradley at BROCKU.CA>
To: CCA-LIST at LISTS.MCGILL.CA
Sent: Wed, January 13, 2010 5:16:01 PM
Subject: cfp: CCA 2010 cfp [date extended] & confirmed speakers &
Please distribute widely...
A few important notes and announcements concerning the annual
1: The submission deadline for the CCA 2010 annual conference has
been extended from Jan. 15 to Feb. 1.
-the original CFP has been appended as a PDF file. Feel free to
distribute the cfp to any and all relevant lists (but please
mention the change in the deadline if you do so).
-"thanks" to all who have submitted thus far.
-for those who have encountered the odd technical glitch, please be
patient as we work through our 'tech-help' list.
2: Confirmed speakers
I am delighted to report that we have lined up the following
speakers for the conference (topics and date/time info will be made
available as the conf. schedule takes shape):
Lisa Gitelman, NYU, Dept. of Media, Culture, and Communication &
Dept. of English
Toby Miller, U of California Riverside, Depts of English,
Sociology, & Women's Studies; Director of Film and Visual Culture
In addition to the speakers, we will have a special roundtable
[Media Revolution Connectivity] hosted by Le Devoir marking
their 100th anniversary. Participants will be announced once the
panel is finalized.
The CCA is working on, and invites participation in, 2 events
outside of our official conference dates [June 1-3]. Both of these
workshops will likely be held at McGill University. Please note
that these events are in the early planning stages and that the
dates and details are subject to change. More detailed information
concerning these events is forthcoming and will be posted to the
CCA listserv and on the conference website as soon as is possible
-A day-long paid limited enrolment workshop (May 31, limited
enrolment) with Catherine Orenstein, founder and director of the
OpEd Project [ http://www.theopedproject.org/]. Interested
participants may contact Dr. Philip Savage
[savagep at mcmaster.ca].
-A 2 day international open workshop (May 26-27 - tentative) by the
Global Internet Governance Academic Network (GigaNet). The Giganet
workshop is held annually in different countries and the CCA is
pleased to help host the workshop in MontrÃ©al this year. More
details are included in the appended document ["giganet-workshops"
- MS Word format].
Finally, Concordia's Comm Dept. is working hard on making the
reception for the CCA's 30th anniversary memorable and, from the
looks of things, this year's conference should rather exciting.
Thanks to all involved for their work thus far (and the work yet to
Dale A. Bradley
Assistant Professor :: Dept. of Communications, Popular Culture, &
Film :: Brock University
President :: Canadian Communication Association
Book Review Editor :: Canadian Journal of Communication
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