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TechnoCommonality (TC) is a cross-disciplinary peer-reviewed journal focused on technology and its impact on society. It is a fully open-access journal utilizing Creative Commons based licensing, electronic distribution, and a continuous publication model. TC emphasizes inquiry into the effect of technology on modern society while acknowledging the necessity of examining such effects in a collaborative and cross-disciplinary manner.

TechnoCommonality cordially invites authors to submit papers for its inaugural edition. Author guidelines and submission information can be found at https://journals.tulane.edu/index.php/tech/about/submissions

Topics of Interest (Non-Exhaustive):

  • Cryptography and its socio-political implications
  • Philosophical models applied to technology (the metaphysics of information, Wikipedia and social epistemology, etc)
  • Ownership theory applied to privacy, virtual goods, or information
  • Autonomy, Protection from unreasonable search and seizure, and the Right to be Forgotten
  • Information theory
  • The impact of emerging or disruptive technologies on law, public policy, or economics
  • Private ownership of quasi-public forums (e.g. Facebook, Google+, Twitter)
  • Social and Distributive Justice: Technology as an empowering or enabling factor
  • Intellectual Property
  • Cyberwar
  • Balancing Rights and Duties in the Digital Age
Important Dates:

August 1, 2013 – Deadline for submissions guaranteed Review

November 1, 2013 - Author notification, final decision deadline, rolling acceptance / publication

December 31, 2013 - Final volume: December 31, 2013
 
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Call for Reviewers

 

TechnoCommonality (TC) is a new cross-disciplinary peer-reviewed journal focused on technology and its impact on society. It is a fully open-access journal utilizing Creative Commons based licensing, electronic distribution, and a continuous publication model. TC emphasizes inquiry into the effect of technology on modern society while acknowledging the necessity of examining such effects in a collaborative and cross-disciplinary manner.

We are presently seeking PhD or PhD equivalent reviewers in fields key to our cross-disciplinary approach to technology related issues.

Fields of Interest:

  • Computer Science and other related Mathematic disciplines
  • Philosophy
  • Law
  • Political Science
  • Psychology
  • Information Theory
Please email Brian Roux (broux@tulane.edu) or Michael Falgoust (mfalgou@tulane.edu) with your interest and field(s) of expertise and/or general interest.
 
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