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    Chris Alen Sula started the topic CFP: HASTAC 2023 – Critical Making &
    Social Justice (Pratt Institute, NY) in the forum NYCDH Announcements:

    HASTAC 2023 – Critical Making & Social Justice
    June 8–10, 2023 | Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY
    Full CFP at https://hastac2023.org/cfp

    The Humanities, Arts, Science, and Technology Alliance and Collaboratory
    (HASTAC), in partnership with Pratt Institute, invites submissions for an
    upcoming conference at the intersection of thinking, making, and justice
    work. The conference is planned as an in-person experience, with some
    opportunities for online participation.

    HASTAC 2023 welcomes submissions from practitioners at all stages of their
    careers; from all disciplines, occupations, and fields; and from groups as
    well as individuals, including independent scholar-practitioners, artists,
    and activists.

    Commensurate with the broad theme of “Critical Making and Social Justice,”
    we seek proposals for a wide range of papers, posters, workshops,
    roundtables, exhibits, etc. related to such topics as:
    • art and activism, and their relationship to scholarship
    • interventions in design justice, data justice and data feminism,
    algorithmic accountability, (digital) literacies, open knowledge, and
    accessibility in all its forms
    • community-based projects and learning, participatory research and design
    • praxis, as the enactment of theory, and socially-engaged learning
    • critical uses and non-uses of technology, including resistance to
    technology, creative misuses, subversions, etc.
    • creative, educational, and social implications of emerging technologies,
    including robotics, automation, rapid prototyping, wearables, “smart”
    devices, and extended reality (augmented reality / virtual reality / mixed
    reality)
    • craft and other forms of making that support justice work
    • research and teaching that reflects emerging conversations on racism,
    capitalism, sexism, gender bias, ableism, nationalism, colonialism, and
    their many intersections with humanities, arts, design, (social) sciences,
    and technology
    • progressive pedagogy and educational engagements with issues of social
    justice
    • work undertaken by, with, and for the Lenape people and other Indigenous
    peoples
    • sustainability and environmental justice in projects, pedagogy, design,
    and other areas
    • public humanities and the evolution of public discourse and media

    The deadline for submissions is October 31, 2022. For further details and
    to submit, please visit https://hastac2023.org/cfp. Notification of
    acceptances will be sent in February 2023, with registration to follow
    (special rates for students, contingent faculty, independent scholars, and
    others).

    If you are interested in reviewing for the conference, you may also sign up
    at https://www.conftool.pro/hastac2023/register.php. Reviewers will be able
    to select priority topics, bid on proposals to review (optional), and
    specify a maximum number of review assignments. We anticipate that the
    review phase will open December 1, 2022 and close January 20, 2023.

    If you have any questions, please contact info@hastac2023.org

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