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Dear colleagues,
At a time like this, when we seem to be particularly experiencing the ravages of disinformation, covid19, social injustice, and income inequality, I know many CSCW researchers and practitioners at the intersection of communities and technologies are engaged with "wicked problems" in their work.

If so, we want to hear from you at Communities & Technologies 2021.

My Best,
Konstantin

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Konstantin Aal
Research assistant and PhD student
pronouns: he/him/his

Information Systems and New Media
SFB 1187 "Medien der Kooperation"
University of Siegen

Kohlbettstr. 15, 57072 Siegen
Raum. US-E-102
Tel. +49 (0)271 / 740 3383
Mob. +49 (0)176 / 30 780 007

http://www.uni-siegen.de/fb5/wirtschaftsinformatik/index.html.en?lang=en


Von: Kentaro Toyama <[log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>>
Datum: Dienstag, 5. Januar 2021 um 16:41
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Cc: Shelly Farnham <[log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>>, Sarah Fox <[log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>>
Betreff: CFP: Communities & Technologies (C&T) 2021

10th International Conference on Communities & Technologies (C&T)
Call for Participation


The 10th International Conference on Communities & Technologies<https://2021.comtech.community/> (C&T 2021<https://2021.comtech.community/>), to be held at the University of Washington in Seattle from June 21-25, 2021, cordially invites you to submit<https://2021.comtech.community/submissions/> research papers, case studies, workshop proposals, posters, demos, and doctoral research plans for potential presentation or facilitation at the conference! (We are optimistically planning for an in-person conference, but if pandemic conditions persist, alternative plans will be made.)

The biennial International Conference on Communities & Technologies (C&T) is the premier international forum for stimulating debate and disseminating research on the complex connections between communities – in their multiple forms – and information and communication technologies. C&T is brought to you by EUSSET, the European Society for Socially Embedded Systems, who also brings you ECSCW.  We welcome researchers, designers, educators, industry, practitioners, and students from the many disciplines and perspectives bearing on the interaction between community and technology.

The theme of C&T 2021 is “Wicked Problems in the Age of Tech<https://2021.comtech.community/2020/06/13/2021-theme/>.” Papers and proposals are accepted from a variety of relevant perspectives including technology, philosophy, social sciences, policy, design, business, art, the humanities, and so on. Examples of relevant topics include, but are not limited to, the following:


  *   Wicked problem domains such as the COVID-19 pandemic, climate change, racism, misogyny, policy brutality, the opioid crisis, immigration, human-trafficking, homelessness, authoritarianism, disinformation, poverty, public health, self-governance, and terrorism.
  *   Diverse communities and their relationships to technology; urban and rural, migrants, refugees, indigenous peoples, LGBTQ, activists and social movements, low-income communities, alt-right and hate groups; the developing world and non-Western societies; professional communities, communities of practice, research communities;
  *   Bottom-up movements, grassroots developments, civic activism, community engagement, participatory publics, communities and innovation; ethics, power and social justice issues;
  *   Crowdfunding, collective and civic intelligence, community learning, early warning systems, collective awareness, collaborative awareness platforms; social cognition; community emotion; happiness; historical memory;
  *   Community owned and operated technology, peer production and the commons, DIY and maker communities (makerspaces, fablabs, crafters); community agriculture;
  *   Civic problem-solving, communities in relation to urgent and complex challenges to the health of the planet and the people that inhabit it; collaborative systems; partnering with education; government, civil society, and movements;
  *   Support of community processes: sensemaking, online deliberation; issue, argumentation and discussion mapping; community ideation and idea management systems; collective decision-making; group memory; participatory sensory networks;
  *   The future of communities and technology; simulations, utopian or dystopian design; durable relationships and long-range goals; and
  *   Development and support of the Communities & Technologies community; social and technological critique; effectiveness and other measures.

Deadlines

  *   Papers (full and short)
     *   February 26, 2021 (23:59 PST), paper submissions due
  *   Workshops
     *   March 12, 2021 (23:59 PST), workshop proposals due
  *   Case studies
     *   March 12, 2021 (23:59 PST), case studies due
  *   Doctoral colloquium
     *   April 9, 2021 (23:59 PST), Doctoral Colloquium applications due
  *   Posters/demos
     *   April 9, 2021 (23:59 PST), posters/demos due
  *   EUSSET Grant for student and community organizations to attend C&T 2021
     *   May 3, 2021 (23:59 PST), applications due
  *   Student Volunteers
     *   April 15, 2021, applications due
  *   Early-Bird Registration
     *   May 7, 2021, early-bird registration ends

For further details, see https://2021.comtech.community/submissions/.
General Chair
Shelly D. Farnham, Third Place Technologies

Program Co-chairs
Sara Fox, Carnegie Mellon University / Community-Tech Collective
Kentaro Toyama, University of Michigan

Case Studies Co-Chairs
Maria Menendez-Blanco, Free University of Bozen-Bolzano

Workshop Co-Chairs
Jasmine Jones, Berea College
Anne Weibert, Universitat Siegen

Posters and Demos Co-Chairs
Anna De Liddo, The Open University
Yuheng Hu, University of Illinois at Chicago

Proceedings Chair
Florian Cech, Vienna University of Technology / Center for Informatics and Society

Social Media Chair
Tanja Ertl

Student Volunteers Co-Chairs
Konstantin Aal, University of Siegen

General Organizing Committee
Chris Coward, University of Washington / Center for an Informed Public
Adrienne Russell, University of Washington
Douglas Schuler, The Evergreen State College / Public Sphere Project



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