Critical Cyberculture Studies: Mapping an Evolving Discipline
The Cyberculture Working Group will hold its third annual conference,
"Critical Cyberculture Studies: Mapping an Evolving Discipline," at the University of Maryland from April 26th to April 27th. Featured will be an opening address by Joan Korenman, Director of the Center for Women and Information Technology, and a keynote address by Donna Haraway, professor in the History of Consciousness Department at the University of California at Santa Cruz. Other highlights of the program include panels focusing on the relationships between cyberspace and business, political action, art, identity, and music. For a full program and registration information, email Donald Snyder at email@example.com or visit the Cyberculture Working Group website at http://www.amst.umd.edu/cwg.
Registration is free for University of Maryland Students.
This conference is sponsored by the University of Maryland, the College of Humanities, The Consortium on Race, Gender, and Ethnicity, and the Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities.
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