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posted Jul 28, 2011, 12:27 AM by Yonggeun Kim

Thomson A&HCI 기준으로 저널 목록 올립니다. 해당 리스트의 최근 업데이트는 Thomson A&HCI Journal Search에서 확인 바랍니다. 유럽 쪽에서 발간되는 저널의 경우 ERIH(European Reference Index for Humanities) 참고하시기 바랍니다. 영어로 발간되는 대부분의 저명 저널은 두 index 모두에 올라가 있습니다. ERIH는 국내에서는 별 의미가 없는 목록이니 참고만 하시기 바랍니다.
  • Digital Creativity

    Type Web Page
    URL http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/titles/14626268.asp
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    • Aims & Scope

      ART ACCESS - Free Online Access to All Our Visual Arts Journals in February

      Digital Creativity
      is a major peer-reviewed journal at the intersection of the creative arts and digital technologies. It publishes articles of interest to those involved in the practical task and theoretical aspects of making or using digital media in creative contexts. By the term 'creative arts' we include such disciplines as fine art, graphic design, illustration, photography, printmaking, sculpture, 3D design, interaction design, product design, textile and fashion design, film making, animation, games design, music, dance, drama, creative writing, poetry, interior design, architecture, and urban design.

      The following list, while not exhaustive, indicates a range of topics that fall within the scope of the journal:

      • New insights through the use of digital media in the creative process
      • The relationships between practice, research and technology
      • The design and making of digital artefacts and environments
      • Digital based media in the learning of arts and design
      • Interaction relationships between digital media and audience / public
      • Aspects of digital media and storytelling
      • Theoretical concepts

      Peer Review Policy:
      All research articles published in this journal have undergone rigorous peer review, based on initial editor screening and refereeing by at least two referees.

      Disclaimer for scientific, technical and social science publications:
      Taylor & Francis makes every effort to ensure the accuracy of all the information (the “Content”) contained in its publications. However, Taylor & Francis and its agents and licensors make no representations or warranties whatsoever as to the accuracy, completeness or suitability for any purpose of the Content and disclaim all such representations and warranties whether express or implied to the maximum extent permitted by law. Any views expressed in this publication are the views of the authors and are not the views of Taylor & Francis.

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    • Digital Creativity
  • Journal of Visual Culture

    Type Web Page
    URL http://www.uk.sagepub.com/journalsProdDesc.nav?
    prodId=Journal201459
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    • Journal of Visual Culture
    • SAGE journal:Journal of Visual Culture: SAGE the natural home for authors, editors and societies.
  • Postmodern Culture

    Type Web Page
    URL http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/pmc/index.html
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    • Project MUSE - Postmodern Culture
  • Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts

    Type Web Page
    URL http://www.apa.org/pubs/journals/aca/
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    • Descrioption

      Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts is devoted to promoting scholarship on the psychology of the production and appreciation of the arts and all aspects of creative endeavor.

      To that end, we publish manuscripts presenting original empirical research, essays that synthesize and evaluate extant research, and papers that propose or expand on the psychology of aesthetics, creativity, and the arts.

      Although submissions are encouraged from many disciplines, it is expected that manuscripts will reflect a current understanding of the psychological research in the pertinent field.

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    • Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts
  • Social Studies of Science

    Type Web Page
    URL http://sss.sagepub.com/
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  • Technology and Culture

    Type Web Page
    URL http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/technology_and_culture/
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    • ABOUT THE JOURNAL:

      Technology and Culture is the preeminent journal for the history of technology. Drawing on scholarship in diverse disciplines, Technology and Culture publishes insightful pieces intended for general readers as well as specialists. Readers include engineers, anthropologists, sociologists, museum curators, archivists, historians, and others. In addition to scholarly essays, each issue features 30- 40 book reviews and reviews of new museum exhibitions. To illuminate important debates and draw attention to specific topics, the journal occasionally publishes thematic issues. Recent special issues have focused on biomedical technology, patents and inventions, ecology, engineering in the twentieth century, and gender and technology.

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    • Project MUSE - Technology and Culture
    • The Johns Hopkins University Press
  • Theater

    Type Web Page
    URL http://theater.dukejournals.org/
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    • Description

      Published on behalf of the Yale School of Drama/Yale Repertory Theatre

      For more than thirty years Theater has been the most informative, serious, and imaginative American journal available to readers interested in contemporary theater. It has been the first publisher of pathbreaking plays from writers as diverse as Rinde Eckert, Richard Foreman, David Greenspan, W. David Hancock, Peter Handke, Sarah Kane, and Adrienne Kennedy. Theater has also featured lively polemics and essays by dramatists including Dario Fo, Heiner Müller, Suzan-Lori Parks, and Mac Wellman. Special issues have covered theater and ecology, new music-theater, South African theater, theater and social change, new Polish directing, and theater and the apocalypse.

      Luminaries among Our Contributors

      Elinor Fuchs
      Stanley Kauffmann
      Marc Robinson
      Eric Salzman
      Alisa Solomon

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    • Theater
  • The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism

    Type Web Page
    URL http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/10.1111/(ISSN)1540-6245
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    • Aesthetics On-Line
    • The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism - Wiley Online Library
  • The Journal of Popular Culture: Comparative Studies in the World's Civilizations (sub-title dropped in 2003)

    Type Web Page
    Short Title The Journal of Popular Culture
    URL http://www.wiley.com/bw/journal.asp?
    ref=0022-3840&site=1
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    • The Journal of Popular Culture
  • Visual Studies

    Type Web Page
    URL http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/routledge/1472586x.html
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    • Aims & Scope
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      Visual Studies is a major international peer-reviewed journal published on behalf of the International Visual Sociology Association. The journal publishes visually-oriented articles across a range of disciplines, and represents a long-standing commitment to empirical visual research, studies of visual and material culture, the development of visual research methods and the exploration of visual means of communication about social and cultural worlds. Visual Studies is a key resource for all disciplines that engage with images, society and culture, and sets the standard for the scholarly use of visual material.

      The multidisciplinary character of the journal is reflected in its attention to visually-based research in sociology, anthropology, cultural and media studies, documentary film and photography, information technology, education, communication studies as well as other fields concerned with image-based study.

      The aims of Visual Studies are to:

      * Provide an international forum for the development of visual research.
      * Promote acceptance and understanding of a wide range of methods, approaches and paradigms that constitute image-based research.
      * Reduce the disparity in emphasis between visual and written studies in the social sciences.
      * Promote an interest in developing visual research methodology in all its various forms.
      * Encourage research that employs a mixture of visual methods and analytical approaches within one study.
      * Critically reflect and contribute to the dialogue surrounding ‘the visual' across the social sciences and humanities.
      * Provide an arena for in-depth exploration of various approaches, particular methods, themes and visual phenomena.

      Most articles published in the journal are accompanied by appropriate visual material, and the journal encourages visually-led submissions.

      An article index

      To access discussion on topics covered in Visual Studies please join the IVSA Mailing List.

      This service aims to create a forum for the discussion of visual meaning, in which scholars and practitioners in any field might feel welcome. In particular we invite, sociologists, anthropologists, communications scholars, education practitioners and researchers, historians, photographers, photo-journalists, and psychologists to participate.

      To subscribe to IVSA, mail listserv@pdomain.uwindsor.ca

      with no subject, and the line:

      subscribe ivsa 'your name'

      in the body of the e-mail. You will receive instructions on mailing to the list, as well as some basic mail list commands.

      Members of the IVSA are eligible for a reduced rate subscription to Visual Anthropology. The rate is $40 for 5 issues. Please click here for further information about the journal www.tandf.co.uk/journals/titles/08949468.asp

      Peer Review Policy:
      Research articles published in Visual Studies have undergone peer review. After initial screening by the editor for quality and fit with the journal' objectives, papers are reviewed by at least two anonymous referees with appropriate specialist knowledge.

      Disclaimer for scientific, technical and social science publications:
      Taylor & Francis and International Visual Sociology Association makes every effort to ensure the accuracy of all the information (the “Content”) contained in its publications. However, Taylor & Francis and International Visual Sociology Association and its agents and licensors make no representations or warranties whatsoever as to the accuracy, completeness or suitability for any purpose of the Content and disclaim all such representations and warranties whether express or implied to the maximum extent permitted by law. Any views expressed in this publication are the views of the authors and are not the views of Taylor & Francis, the Editor or International Visual Sociology Association.

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    • Visual Studies
    • Welcome to IVSA

LMJ 22 CALL FOR PAPERS

posted Mar 22, 2011, 4:51 PM by Joonsung yoon

Immersed as we are in electronically mediated sound, at the end of the day---whether it’s coming from ukuleles or earbuds---sound reaches us through acoustic pressure. The sheer physicality of sound, and its quirky interaction with our sense of hearing, has driven many a composer and sound artist to go back to the “year zero” in music---before the codification of melody, rhythm and harmony---and explore fundamental aspects of the physics and perception of sound.

For Volume 22 of LMJ we solicit articles and artist’s statements on the role of acoustics and psychoacoustics in music and audio art.

DEADLINES

15 October 2011: Rough proposals, queries

1 January 2012: Submission of finished articles

Address inquiries to Nicolas Collins, Editor-in-Chief, at: ncollins@saic.edu.

Finished articles should be sent to the LMJ Editorial Office at: lmj@leonardo.info.

Editorial guidelines and information for authors can be found at: leonardo.info/Authors.

Note: LMJ is a peer-reviewed journal. All manuscripts are reviewed by LMJ editors, editorial board members and/or members of the LMJ community prior to acceptance.

BEYOND NOTATION: COMMUNICATING MUSIC

posted Aug 3, 2010, 9:53 PM by 방승애   [ updated Aug 11, 2010, 10:23 PM by Jangwon Lee ]

 
Peer-to-peer file exchange, the iTunes store, MySpace, Pandora – by 2010 it’s obvious that the Internet has radically transformed the economy and culture of selling, distributing, owning and hearing recorded music. Less discussed is the Web’s impact on that part of music that used to be called “the score”– instructions, suggestions and materials for performing, rather than consuming, music. Software required to play interactive computer music can be downloaded directly from composers’ websites, as easily as a score can be checked out of a library, and the iPhone has fostered yet another realm of publishing: Bands sell apps that allow fans to make personal remixes of their singles, while another popular app lets you play your phone like an ocarina as you jam with other players around the globe.

For Volume 21 of LMJ we solicit papers that address the impact of technological change on how we distribute instructions and materials for musical performance.

DEADLINES

15 October 2010: Rough proposals, queries

1 January 2011: Submission of finished article

Address inquiries to Nicolas Collins, Editor-in-Chief, at: ncollins@saic.edu.

Finished articles should be sent to the LMJ Editorial Office at lmj@leonardo.info.

Editorial guidelines and information for authors can be found on our Information for Authors page.

Note: LMJ is a peer-reviewed journal. All manuscripts are reviewed by LMJ editors, editorial board members and/or members of the LMJ community prior to acceptance.

Crossings: eJournal of Art and Technology

posted Dec 14, 2009, 7:33 AM by Yonggeun Kim   [ updated Dec 14, 2009, 7:36 AM ]

Crossings is a peer-reviewed multidisciplinary academic journal that aims to explore the areas where technology and art intersect. Papers are encouraged on any topic related to art, technology or the philosophical issues raised by attempts to bridge the gap between art and science. 

Technology is a moving target, and the 21st-century euphoria over the developments in media, communications and technology is fuelling the pace of change. Crossings attempts to place a multitude of ideas and observations of our accelerated human society within theoretical frameworks with a longer life-expectancy than individual technologies and media fads. Its aim is long-term: to interpret and to generalise, and to make observations that can help us understand the world and what it means to be human not only now and in five years but also in fifty years or more. 

Refereed papers range from shorter (3-6 pages) to longer (8-12 pages) and can be of practical as well as well as theoretical nature. Practical papers can document actual work or ideas in progress while theoretical papers must maintain a strong academic emphasis and analytical angle. In addition to refereed papers, each issue contains a number of other items, such as commentaries, work in progress statements, short response papers and reviews of relevant books, web sites, etc. Crossings also encourages submissions of an innovative nature that might fall outside these categories. 

The journal's web site offers a gallery space for the presentation of works under discussion. This space is of permanent (archival) nature and free of cost for artists. Text, images, audio, video and other types of digital media are currently supported. 

Crossings' electronic home is at http://crossings.tcd.ie/

contributors' guide page; http://crossings.tcd.ie/contrib/

LMJ 20 Call for Papers

posted Aug 28, 2009, 6:32 AM by maat admin

Improvisation

Improvisation has been a critical component in many forms music around the world throughout most of history, and is an essential quality of human intelligence that extends far beyond the borders of art. It remains, nonetheless, a controversial subject in contemporary Western music: detested and denounced by such titans as Pierre Boulez and John Cage, embraced with equal fervor by others, and seriously misunderstood by many. For Volume 20 of the Leonardo Music Journal we welcome papers on aspects of improvisation in music, art and the general realm of decision-making – especially texts addressing the interplay of improvisation and technology.

DEADLINES: 15 October 2009: Rough proposals, queries/ 1 January 2010: Submission of finished article

History and Technology -An international Journal, (A&HCI)

posted Aug 28, 2009, 6:29 AM by maat admin

Published By: Routledge/ Volume Number: 25 / Frequency: 4 issues per year

Images, Technology, and History

Scholars are giving increased attention to images as historical evidence. This feature of the journal seeks to analyze images relating to technology, with two aims: To more fully integrate our understanding of technology into broader historical accounts and as a means to reflect on historical method.

At a basic level, images may record a technology's presence in history, depicting where, when, and how it was deployed, as well as the different social, artistic, and cultural contexts in which it was produced and encountered. In addition, images themselves are technological products that may act as catalysts, changing the paradigms through which we see and apprehend the world.

Careful analyses of images, too, can highlight fundamental problems of historical explanation. In their specificity, images address the production of knowledge and culture, as situated in a particular moment in time and space. In their use of conventional codes of representation they speak to larger and enfolding social, cultural, and political structures. Images, in concentrated fashion, push us to understand the interplay between the empirical and interpretation.

The editors of History and Technology invite submissions of short essays (approx. 2000 words) that address the visual history of technology. Essays should focus on 1-3 visual representations, and might approach the images from a variety of different theoretical positions. Possibilities include: the formal or iconographic content of the representations; the social and cultural implications of how different technologies are represented or who used them; the audience and reception of different representations of technologies; the history of different media and their technological antecedents; or the ways in which technology changed the sensory experience of the world. Essays are preferred that discuss the historiographic issues raised through the analysis of images.

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