[Air-L] Call for proposals: Critical Meme Reader III: Breaking the meme
I.Galip at sms.ed.ac.uk
Mon Apr 24 02:28:59 PDT 2023
I hope that you are all well.
I would like to share the call for proposals for a reader that I am co-editing with Chloe Arkenbout from the Institute of Network Cultures in Amsterdam<https://networkcultures.org/>.
We would like to invite thinkers and (meme) makers from a variety of disciplines and backgrounds to contribute manifestos, essays, interviews, fiction, poetry, artworks, memes and other yet-to-be-defined speculative interventions that aim to break and reassemble the ubiquitous concept of the meme. We are particularly interested in contributions from the Global South and marginalized communities and will prioritize radical perspectives.
INC Reader #17
Critical Meme Reader III: Breaking the Meme edited by Chloë Arkenbout and Idil Galip.
* Proposals/abstracts should be around 300-500 words.
* Please send these to viralimageculture at networkcultures.org by the 15th of May 2023.
* Final contributions should be 500-5000 words and submitted by the 4th of September 2023.
* Contributors are welcome to join the conference in Amsterdam in April 2024 dedicated to the launch of the publication.
For the complete call and submission details please visit:
Thank you for reading this call.
Dr İdil Galip
Lecturer in New Media and Digital Culture
University of Amsterdam
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