[SIGCIS-Members] IEEE Annals CFP reminder-Theme issue on labor history of computing
yostx003 at umn.edu
Tue Dec 15 13:13:13 PST 2009
Dear SIGCIS members,
This is a reminder that article submissions for the special/theme issue
of IEEE Annals of the History of Computing on Labor History of
Information Technology are due a month from today (January 15, 2010).
The labor theme (as described in the CFP below) is broadly conceived.
The articles passing review will be published in the October 2010 issue
of IEEE Annals of the History of Computing (in other words, there will
be a very short time frame from final acceptance to seeing your article
If I can answer any questions, comment on a draft, etc., please let me know.
Associate Director, Charles Babbage Institute
Editor in Chief, IEEE Annals of the History of Computing
University of Minnesota
222 21st Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN 55455
612 624 5050
612 625 8054 (Fax)
Call for Papers
> Thematic Issue: Labor History of Computing
> IEEE Annals of the History of Computing//
> IEEE Annals of the History of Computing invites article manuscript
> submissions for a thematic/special issue on the history of labor and
> computing. Manuscripts that connect to the broader literature on labor
> history are particularly encouraged. Submissions can address labor
> issues, practices, or structures within a wide range of settings
> including computer, software, networking, or semiconductor/components
> companies throughout the world; user organizations (corporations,
> government, universities, hospitals, etc.); peer production projects
> (open source); trade organizations; professional associations; etc.
> Possible themes and approaches include, but are not limited to, the
> history of work practices, work culture, shop floor dynamics, labor
> organization, legislation/lobbying, professionalization, automation
> and labor displacement, offshoring, gender/race/ethnicity and IT work,
> safety and risk in the workplace, etc.
> The deadline for submission to this thematic issue is January 15,
> 2010. Manuscripts will go through IEEE Annals of the History of
> Computing’s standard peer review process. If there are more accepted
> manuscripts than slots for the issue, editors will decide which
> articles to include based on quality, coverage, and synergies between
> manuscripts. If there are accepted manuscripts not included in the
> issue, they will be added to the general publication queue and
> published in a later issue of IEEE Annals of the History of Computing.
> All articles must be between 5,000 and 8,000 words, including
> citations/endnotes. To submit your manuscript go to
> Select “Write for Us” tab at the top and follow instructions
> (including selecting the Labor History thematic/special issue).
> If you have any questions or would like feedback on ideas/manuscripts
> prior to submission, please contact IEEE Annals of the History of
> Computing Editor in Chief Jeffrey Yost (yostx003 at umn.edu
> <mailto:yostx003 at umn.edu> or 612 624 5050)
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