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CALL FOR PAPERS: FIQ, VOL. 4, ISSUE 3

In light of Marshall McLuhan’s centenary, and the much-awaited McLuhan 100 conference in Toronto, this issue is dedicated to the general theme of communication and culture. In addition to inviting papers that engage with the ideas of Marshall McLuhan and the group of thinkers often referred to as the Toronto School of Communication, we also welcome papers that generally deal with topics in communication theory, history of communication, and communication and information technology.

The deadline for submissions is Monday, February 27, 2012. For detailed submission guidelines and instructions on how to make a submission please visit Author Guidelines.

The editor-in-chief, Samhita Gupta, will be happy to answer any questions or concerns regarding submissions and can be reached at fiquarterly@gmail.com.We look forward to receiving your submissions.

 

CALL FOR PAPERS: FIQ, VOL. 4, ISSUE 2

For this issue, FIQ is accepting papers on the theme of knowledge organization in general, including topics such as classification, categorization, taxonomy, ontology, and epistemology. We invite papers that engage in both theoretical as well as practical/professional considerations of these topics.

The deadline for submissions is Monday, December 5, 2011. For detailed submission guidelines and instructions on how to make a submission please visit Author Guidelines.

The editor-in-chief, Samhita Gupta, will be happy to answer any questions or concerns regarding submissions and can be reached at fiquarterly@gmail.com.We look forward to receiving your submissions.

 

CALL FOR PAPERS: FIQ, VOL. 4, ISSUE 1.

FIQ is currently accepting submissions for the first issue of its fourth year. In dialogue with the journal's previous issue on the current state and future of information, FIQ would like to dedicate this issue to the history of information, broadly conceived, in its various aspects: to name a few, information organization, storage, and dissemination; information technology; information systems and their design; information practices; information science/studies. We also invite papers that focus on the fundamental question of what "information" is, and encourage all papers to pay attention to this question and to the implications of the concept of "information" that they are working with or advocating.  

The deadline for submissions is Monday, October 17, 2011. For detailed submission guidelines and instructions on how to make a submission please visit Author Guidelines.

The editor-in-chief, Samhita Gupta, will be happy to answer any questions or concerns regarding submissions and can be reached at fiquarterly@gmail.com.We look forward to receiving your submissions.