The Humanities and Technology Review (HTR) is the interdisciplinary peer reviewed journal, published annually, of the Humanities and Technology Association (HTA). Generally, the HTRexplores the interface between the humanities and technology. All disciplines are welcome. The HTR is currently accepting papers of 4000-6000 word length for its 2015 issue. This year’s theme is Technology and Politics. Papers are particularly welcome that address the democratization of science and technology; political ecology and digital activism; hyperobjectivities, technological mediations; biopolitics including macro- and micro-biopolitics; technology of subjectivities including the techno-politics of sexuality; surveillance technologies; digital policing and technologies of warfare (cyber, drone, etc); gene technology and human engineering; the politics and polities of transhumanism and posthumanism; postmodern techno-science.
Manuscript Submissions Policy and Instructions
The HTR is available both in print and electronic media and all work published in HTR will come under a Creative Commons “Attribution, Non-Commercial, No Derivatives” license. [Authors should consult the Creative Commons website (www.creativecommons.org) for further information.] Manuscripts should follow the APA Publication Manual (6th edition). Articles should be approximately 6000 words; but this guideline is flexible. Book reviews queries should be sent before writing. The reviews should be 1500-2100 words in length and they should provide a substantive assessment, as well as a critical analysis, of the book’s theme. Reviews should be on books that have been published within two years of the journal volume in which they will appear. All submissions should be prepared for a blind review. Avoid ampersands. Footnotes should be kept to a minimum. Do not use any special formatting tools. Submissions should be sent by email as an MSWORD 2007 attachment to:
Sean Erwin, Ph.D.
Department of Theology and Philosophy, PACE
11415 NE 2nd Avenue
Miami Shores, FL 33161
THE DEADLINE FOR MANUSCRIPT SUBMISSIONS IS June 15, 2015.