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JSLCS_CFP 2024 : Call for papers: Special Issue JSLCS September 2024

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Link: https://www.asjp.cerist.dz/en/PresentationRevue/681
 
When Apr 2, 2024 - Jun 30, 2024
Where Bejaia
Submission Deadline Jun 30, 2024
 

Call For Papers

CFP for a Special Issue, JSLCS September 2024
Call for papers: Special Issue
The Journal of Studies in Language, Culture, and Society (JSLCS) DEADLINE FOR PAPER SUBMISSION: June, 30 2024
https://www.asjp.cerist.dz/en/PresentationRevue/681
Editor in chief: Pr. Nadia Idri, University of Bejaia, Algeria
Guest editor: Marc Veyrat, Société i Matériel, T i-LÉGAL—62, 2022.
The Journal of Studies in Language, Culture, and Society (JSLCS) is a double-blind peer-reviewed, free-of-charge, open-access, and multidisciplinary journal that is published two times a year and edited by the University of Bejaia, indexed ErihPlus.
السردين Sardines philosophy
How to rethink ourselves inside and outside the technological black box: Our Least Common Multiple
Marc Veyrat, Société i Matériel, T i-LÉGAL—62, 2022.
Although universal, sardines are still excellent at many levels (taste, nutrition, etc.), it is a heroic figure; strategic and perhaps even an example to follow. Not only it is considered a poor people's dish in the Mediterranean region, but beyond this notion of random wealth and fame, it can also represent a common, symbolic, and structural current. It is an absolute metaphor for the digital world. Which can be understood as a living body, a priori identical, moving in a network and communicating mobilis in mobile, immersed in the network device of information and communication technologies. Indeed, the sardine would be the image of what we can understand, experience, and go through with our own adventures, in this digital odyssey that has only just begun at the start of the 21st century (GAFAM, AI, XR and space computing). For this little fish seems to decompartmentalize genres through its vulnerable nature... seemingly condemned to the simple fate of being easy prey with no other purpose than to serve as food. Yet, vigorous, multiple, and gathered in shoals, the sardine makes light of predators and dangers through movement and fluidity. Then, when cooked and canned, sardines play with borders and cross cultures, constantly questioning the notion of the mold. Like us, in this confinement produced by technology and the media around information. Just as people, knowledge, science, art, images and words do every day.
This call for papers, geared towards new mathematical, sociological, aesthetic and even economic proposals, or even questions of use... of a Smallest Common Multiple (SCM) to be shared, from a cultural and scientific point of view, on what surrounds us, brings us together and distinguishes us (in the same box or in another one ultimately resembling it), on what makes resistance for each of us while creating ethical, critical, universal and singular hyphens between / in the arts and human sciences.
So how can we use this call for papers to develop interdisciplinary proposals aimed at decompartmentalizing each field of research in the digital age? Indeed, what is the breathing (recording) eSPACE that separates the sardine from its can? Or, more simply, how do digital technologies produce systems of enclosure and control around us, and how can we respond to them? Isn't there a dimension of relative openness between the inside and the outside of these systems, subject to a semantic shift between container and content? What is at stake in our societies between what is still the body, the living being, and what already boils down to machines and technologies? Or how in our cultures and societies, like that poor little sardine or that tiny, fragile-looking self, in a mobile way in the mobile element, do we manage - sometimes in the sea of devices or the ocean of data - to escape predators by a pirouette, a common, unprecedented, almost chaotic movement that brings us together without making us disappear, that welds individual interest to a shared flow... with the Other...?
For this new issue of The Journal of Studies in Language, Culture, and Society (JSLCS), we are therefore asking exclusively for interdisciplinary articles, i.e. deliberately written "with four hands" and thus participating in this desire for decompartmentalization... in the knowledge that in certain disciplines such as Art Sciences, sound, theater, architecture, dance, visual arts ... are already grouped together in a merry mishmash ...
To this end, this call for papers aims to develop the following themes:
Forms and representations, symbolism of interdisciplinary strategies of resistance to / with / in digital technology and its derivative tools: poetics of programming, socio-artistic data visualization, eco-numerical design ...
— Transdisciplinary tools designed to question, learn and understand these intrusive technologies: mathematics and art, computer science and semiotics, robotics and architecture, education and innovation...
— New hypermedia languages for dissemination in Research - Creation: strategies and workarounds with AI, Bio Art, AR / VR / XR immersive devices and Metaverse ...
— Using visual methods to study digital practices: bodies and machines, sociology and networks, life and AI, ethics, and transhumanism ...
— Gender and digital identity: new forms of resistance and new representation devices, body extensions and body modifications ...
Of course, this list is not exhaustive.
Indicative bibliography
— AGAMBEN, Giorgio, Qu'est-ce qu'un dispositif ?, Éditions Rivages & Payot, Collection Poche / Petite Bibliothèque, Paris, 2014.
— ALLIEZ Éric, Duchamp avec (et contre) Lacan, Éditions Les Presses du Réel, Dijon, 2022.
— AMAR, Georges, Ars mobilis - Repenser la mobilité comme un art, Éditions FYP, Limoges, 2014.
— BAUDRILLARD, Jean, Écran total, Éditions Galilée, Paris, 1997.
— BAUDRILLARD, Jean, Simulacre et simulation, Éditions Galilée, Paris, 1981.
— BENJAMIN, Walter. L’œuvre d’art à l’époque de sa reproductibilité technique, Éditions Allia, Paris, 2013.
— BENJAMIN, Walter. Le concept d’histoire, Éditions Payot, Paris, 2013.

Journal of Studies in Language, Culture and Society (JSLCS)
EISSN: 2676-1750
Périodicité: Semestrielle
Taux d'acceptation: 71%
Temps moyen de réponse: 183 Jours
Temps moyen de publication après acceptation: 57 Jours
Année de création: 2018
Pays: Algérie
Institution: Université Abderrahmane Mira de Béjaia
Facteur d'impact ASJP: 0.0541
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Journal of Studies in Language, Culture, and Society (JSLCS) is an academic multidisciplinary open access and double-blind peer-reviewed journal that publishes original research that turns around phenomena related to language, culture, and society. JSLCS welcomes papers that reflect sound methodologies, updated theoretical analyses, and original empirical and practical findings related to various disciplines like linguistics and languages, civilisation and literature, sociology, psychology, translation, anthropology, education, pedagogy, ICT, communication, cultural/inter-cultural studies, philosophy, history, religion, and the like. The journal has no publication process charges neither for submission or for publication. CC-By All open access articles published in JSLCS are distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution- 4.0 International License The research works published in this journal are free to be accessed. They can be shared (copied and redistributed in any medium or format) and\or adapted (remixed, transformed, and built upon the material for any purpose, commercially and\or not commercially) under the following terms: attribution (appropriate credit must be given indicating original authors, research work name and publication name mentioning if changes were made) and without adding additional restrictions (without restricting others from doing anything the actual license permits). Authors retain the full copyright of their published research works and cannot revoke these freedoms as long as the license terms are followed.
free-of-charge, open-access, and multidisciplinary journal that is published two times a year and edited by the University of Bejaia, indexed ErihPlus.
Publication of the special issue: Volume 7, issue 2. September 30, 2024
December 31, 2024
Articles are to be submitted online through the JSLCS website on ASJP via this link: https://www.asjp.cerist.dz/en/PresentationRevue/681
Submission deadline: 30 June, 2024
Email: jlcsbejaia@gmail.com revue.jslcs@univ-bejaia.dz
02-04-2024

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