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Call for Guest Editors and Thematic Proposals – Media-N Spring and Fall 2015 Editions

Media-N, Journal of the New Media Caucus is pleased to announce an open call for guest editors for its Spring 2015 and Fall 2015 issues. New media artists and scholars are invited to propose themed special issues of Media-N, which they would edit under the auspices of the Editor-in-Chief, Pat Badani, and a designated associate editor. The deadline for submissions is May 15, 2014. Media-N’s editorial board will review the submissions and notify selected guest editors in June. We offer opportunities for qualified scholars and/or artists to plan and edit themed issues that address topics of current interest to Media-N’s…

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Call for Papers for Media-N, Journal of the New Media Caucus – Fall 2012 edition

Media-N, Journal of the New Media Caucus is making an open call for submissions to our upcoming Fall 2012 issue, entitled “Found, Sampled, Stolen: Strategies of Appropriation in New Media.” TIMELINE June 1, 2012: Deadline for submission of abstracts/proposals. June 30, 2012: Notification of acceptance. September 1, 2012: Deadline for submission of final papers. GUEST EDITOR Joshua Rosenstock…

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Call for Reviews/Commentaries/Papers/for Media-N, Journal of the New Media Caucus – Spring edition

Media-N, Journal of the New Media Caucus is making an open call for submissions to the Reviews, Commentaries and Papers section of our upcoming spring issue. The deadline for submission is February 10th. The Editor-in-Chief and the Editorial Board will review submissions. Selected authors will be notified by February 29th. This section of the journal…

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Summer 2011 Edition of Media-N, Under Fire: 3D Animation Pedagogy

The summer 2011 edition of Media-N originates from the panel, Under Fire: 3D Animation Pedagogy and Industry Complicity in New Media Education, at the College Arts Association Conference in Chicago, in 2010. It was co-chaired by Claudia Hart (Associate Professor, Department of Film, Video, New Media, Animation at the School of the Art Institute, Chicago) and Rachel Clarke (Associate Professor of Electronic Art at California State University, Sacramento). Each of the panelists at the conference addressed the topic from the perspective of their role as 3D animation educators, and also as practicing artists in the field. Many of the challenges brought up in…