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AHLiST 2011 : Association of History, Literature, Science and Technology 2011


When May 20, 2011 - May 22, 2011
Where Houston, Texas, USA
Submission Deadline Feb 1, 2011
Notification Due Mar 1, 2011
Final Version Due Mar 31, 2011
Categories    business intelligence   e-com, e-learning, e-community   enterprise it management   project management

Call For Papers

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Association of History, Literature, Science and Technology 2011
Hosted by College of Technology, University of Houston
Location: University of Houston, TX, USA
Date: May 20-22, 2011
Paper Submission Due: Feb 1st
Notification of Acceptance: March 1st
Registration: Feb 15 to March 31
Late Registration: from April 1
Co-Chairs of 2011 AHLiST Conference

Shirley Ezell, University of Houston
Marcy Norwood, University of Houston
JungKun Park, University of Houston

2011 Conference Program Chair
Hyo-Joo Han, Georgia Southern University

Keynote Speakers:
John H. Lienhard, Professor Emeritus of Mechanical Engineering and History, University of Houston,
John V. Turner, NASA Johnson Space Center

The 2011 conference theme is Technology and Future. How has technology shaped contemporary notions of future? How will current concepts of future influence technological developments? Technology has been a driving force of modern and contemporary cultural, socio-economic, and industrial development. At the same time, the future has been imagined and predicted by technology or vice versa. Future has not merely been a temporal space but an ideal point which technology attempts to project. From technological utopianism to current anticipations of environmental catastrophe, technology has been the emblematic potential of future. This year’s conference aims to consider distinct ways of thinking about the future, while questioning what it is—other than the preoccupations of the present—that is invoked when we talk about the future. We invite panels and individual papers on these or related topics, but will give full consideration to any proposal within AHLiST’s scope.

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DEADLINE for Submission is February 1, 2011.

The Journal of History, Literature, Science and Technology: JHLiST

Only conference participants will be invited to submit an article (20-page long) for publication. The official publication of the Association is The Journal of History, Literature, Science and Technology (JHLiST), devoted to the research and investigation pertaining to the theories and practices of science, technology, medicine, history and literature. The journal explores the multidisciplinary “consilience,” the linkage of science and humanities to create insights into human endeavors. The JHLiST is a professionally produced, edited, and peer-reviewed academic journal.

Guest Speakers for the 2011 Conference:

John V. Turner, CxP Risk Manager, NASA Johnson Space Center
John H. Lienhard, Professor Emeritus of Mechanical Engineering and History, University of Houston


* Art and Technology and Future:
Beatriz Arnillas,, University of Houston
* Business Intelligence:
Adrian Gardiner,, Georgia Southern University,
* Design Thinking :
Scott Shim,, Ohio State University
* E-Commerce, E-Community, E-Learning using IT
Hyo-Joo Han,, Georgia Southern University
* Enterprise IT Management Issues and Challenges:
Karen P. Patten,, University of South Carolina,
* Future Impact of Technology on Healthcare and Education: Driss Benhaddou
Mequanint Moges, ,, University of Houston
* Future Trends in Branding Technologies:
Seiji Endo,, University of Mississippi
Akinori Ono,, Keio University, Tokyo, Japan
* Logistics and Global Supply Chain Management:
Jay Cho, Georgia Southern University
* Multidisciplinary:
Francisco García-Serrano, Saint Louis University, Madrid;
Yonsoo Kim, Purdue University;
Constantino Malagón Luque, Universidad Nebrija,
Song No, Purdue University,,
* Optimization of Retail Operations:
Frances Gunn,, Ryerson University
* Project Management:
Manoucher Tabatabai,, Georgia Southern University
* Sales and Selling Management:
Brian Rutherford,, Purdue University
* Service Operations in the Information Era:
David Xin Ding,, University of Houston
* Social Media Technologies for Future Marketing:
Eklou Amendah,, Southern New Hampshire University
* Technologies and Consumer Policy:
Seungshin Lee,, Konkuk University
* Technologies in Future Studies:
Peter Bishop,;
Andrew Hines, University of Houston
* Technology Application in Human Resources Development:
Holly Hutchins,;
Consuelo Waight,, University of Houston
* Technology in Selling and Sales Management:
Brian Rutherford,, Purdue University
* Technology Marketing:
JungKook Lee,, Indiana University and Purdue University Columbus
* The Future of Hospitality and Tourism Information Technology:
Kijoon Back,, University of Houston;
Cristian Morosan,, University of St. Thomas, Houston
* Trends and Challenges for Authors, Publishers, and Advertisers in the new e-Content Order:
Justo Hidalgo,;
Constantino Malagón Luque, Nebrija University, Spain

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