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Sydney Arts in Society conference still accepting up until 14 January 2010

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2010 International Conference on the Arts in Society
Where: University of Sydney
When: 22-25 July 2010
Paper submission deadline: 14 January 2010
What: full and virtual conference papers for fully refereed journal The International Journal of the Arts in Society.  Papers submitted for publication will be fully refereed through a peer review process. The publication decision is based on the referees’ reports. [...]

Call for papers: Visual Studies journal issue on New Visual Technologies – Shifting Boundaries, Shared Moments

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Guest Editors: Connor Graham, Eric Laurier, Vincent O’Brien and Mark Rouncefield
Synopsis
This special issue of Visual Studies explores the implications of the wide range of contemporary and emerging visual technologies for social groups, professions and institutions. Visual technology has been and is being transformed in a number of areas: carriers (e.g. cellular networks, the Internet), production technologies [...]