Technology Conference, February 2005
Welcome to website of the International Conference on Technology, Knowledge and Society. To be held at the University of California, Berkeley, USA from Friday 18th to Sunday 20th February 2005, the conference will address a range of critically important themes in the various fields that address the complex and subtle relationships between technology, knowledge and society. Main speakers include some of the leading thinkers in these areas, as well as numerous paper, colloquium and workshop presentations
Participants are invited to submit presentation proposals for 30 minute papers, 60 minute workshop, or jointly presented 90 minute colloquium sessions. Parallel sessions are loosely grouped into streams reflecting different perspectives or disciplines. Each stream also has its own talking circles a forum for focused discussion of issues.
Presenters may choose to submit written papers for publication before or after the conference in the new International Journal of Technology, Knowledge and Society. Presentations submitted for publication will be fully refereed and published in print and electronic formats. For those unable to attend the conference in person, virtual registrations are available, which provide access to the online edition of the conference proceedings. Virtual participants can also submit papers for refereeing and publication in the Journal.
If you would like to know more about this conference, bookmark the Technology Conference site and return for further information — this site is regularly updated. You might also wish to subscribe to the Conference Newsletter
For any other inquiries, please contact us.
International Advisory Board
The International Conference on Technology, Knowledge & Society
and The International Journal of Technology, Knowledge and Society
- Chris Scanlon, Globalism Institute, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia.
- Mary Kalantzis, Innovation Professor, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia.
- Darin Barney, Department of Art History and Communication Studies, McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
- Bill Dutton, Director of the Oxford Internet Institute and Professor of Internet Studies at the University of Oxford.
- Simon Cooper, Monash University, Australia.
- Michele Knobel, Montclair State University, New Jersey, USA.
- Bill Cope, Director, Common Ground, Australia.
Who Should Attend
- Academics in the fields of informatics, computer science, history and philosophy of science, sociology of knowledge, sociology of technology, education, management and the humanities.
- Research students.
- Technology developers.
- Trainers and Industry consultants.
- The Globalism Institute, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia
- The Institute for the Study of Social Change (ISSC), University of California, Berkeley, USA