CfP: Information Communication Technologies (ICT) for Mass Atrocities Research and Response
Information Communication Technologies (ICT) for Mass Atrocities Research and Response
Submissions of articles are invited for a special issue of GSP dedicated to Information Communication Technologies (ICT) for Mass Atrocities Research and Response. GSP asks for articles analyzing technologies applicable before, during, and/or after mass atrocities. The Special Issue comprises four sub-sections exploring emerging postures in which ICTs may be applied to mass atrocity research and response: Detection, Evidence Collection, Incident Corroboration, and Metrics and Analytics.
Submissions must be received by 1 July 2016. Publication will be in the winter issue of 2016. Submissions must be submitted online through the GSP website at http://scholarcommons.usf.edu/gsp/ and must adhere to the GSP formatting guidelines available on the website. Please see the call for papers for more details.
WORKSHOPS FOR ARTICLES: Additionally, there are two meetings planned, one at United States Holocaust Memorial Museum on Saturday, November 7, 2015, and another at NYU in Washington, DC on Saturday, April 2, 2016, for contributors to brainstorm ideas about research, technological innovations, and pedagogy. Attendance at the meetings is not required for submitting manuscripts to the Special Issue. Please see the call for papers for detail about how to participate.