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"D. S. Cunningham" <[log in to unmask]>
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Mon, 13 Mar 1995 13:40:28 CST
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        TECHNOGRAPHY: Writing With and About New Media and Technology
The TECHNOGRAPHY Conference is looking for papers or panels on the
following subjects: Interactive media; Video games; Early & Future
technologies; Virtual reality; Cyberspace; BBSs, the Internet, e-mail
and networks; Camcorder culture; Medical imaging (radar, MRI,
ultrasound, etc.); Infrared and Ultraviolet photography; Home theatre
systems; Computer imaging; et. al.
Papers or panels are welcomed on these topics or other
technologies and their relation to areas including history, culture,
art, activism, ethics, ethnography, genre, phenomoenology,
indexicality, narrativity, mediation, national and transnational
cinemas, sociology, documentary, and other such categories.
There will be a total of 11 panels of three papers each; in order to
maintain a seminar atmosphere, we will likely need to limit attendance
to those people giving papers, so early submissions are strongly
Send panel and paper proposals to:
The Technography Conference
Department of Critical Studies
USC School of Cinema-Television
University of Southern California, University Park
Los Angeles CA  90089-2211
Panel proposal deadline: March 15, 1995
Paper proposal deadline: March 30, 1995
The conference will be held June 8-11, 1995 at the University of
Southern California, coincident with Los Angeles' Digital World Expo
(June 5-7) and the Show Biz Expo (June 10-12).
For further information on the conference, please contact conference
organizers Mark J.P. Wolf, Karen Vered or Heather Gilmour at the
above address or e-mail them at [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask] or
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