[Air-L] CFC Inagural Volume Technology Power and Society

J Z zengjing310 at gmail.com
Tue Mar 14 06:17:31 PDT 2023

Call for Chapters in Inaugural volume: Technology Power and Society

Book series editors: Dennis Nguyen, Jing Zeng and Bruce Mutsvairo

Abstract due *April 3rd, 2023 *

Full manuscript due *July 3rd, 2023*

Expected date of final publication: *2024 Q1*

More information:

Dear colleagues,

On behalf of myself and my coeditors Dennis Nguyen and Bruce Mutsvairo, we
are excited to launch a new Brill book series: Technology, Power & Society
*. *The series aims to promote and diversify critical discussions on the
sociopolitical and cultural impacts of new technologies, especially around
issues of digitalization, datafication, and automation. To illustrate its
scope and ambition, the book series’ inaugural volume is an edited
collection covering a wide range of issues and perspectives. The editors
invite contributions from scholars with different backgrounds and
positionalities to share their views and the knowledge that they generate
through critical research *about *and *from *a broad range of regions and

Submissions on a variety of topics are encouraged, including, but also

   - Cross-cultural digital media practices
   - Governing digital societies in a global context
   - Transnational digital networks and communities
   - Data journalism, citizen journalists in non-democratic contexts
   - Influencer culture in transitional contexts
   - Injustice and discrimination in algorithmic governance
   - Digital colonialism and technological inequality
   - Social discourse and imaginaries of data/algorithm/digital

Please send a 500-word abstract (including references) and a 100-word
author bio to the editors (d.nguyen1 at uu.nl, j.zeng at uu.nl, b.mutsvairo at uu.nl)
by April 3rd, 2023*. *Authors of accepted abstracts will be contacted by
April 10th, 2023 and invited to submit full contributions (maximum 7,000
words, including references) before July 3rd, 2023*. *Expected date of
final publication: 2024 Q1.
Dr Jing Zeng
Assistant Professor of Digital Methods and Critical Data Studies
Utrecht University, Netherlands

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