6-7 July Lisbon / Portugal

CONFERENCE | 6-7 JULY 2023 | NOVA UNIVERSITY OF LISBON

Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities

Nova Institute of Communication (Lisbon, Portugal)

deadline for submissions

6th March

The question concerning the digital, which has only begun, is crucial for understanding the anthropological, ecological and cosmological crisis of the present and resisting a one-way universalisation of technology. This condition requires that we be able to imagine alternative futures but also that we concern ourselves with the digital and explore this transient temporality, the transformative and transgressive possibilities opened up by this very being in transit.

This conference calls for a reflection on the cognitive and creative ecology of the humanities and the arts in the digital transition. The program welcomes proposals on epistemology, cognition and creativity in the age of AI and automation, on literacies and cultural techniques, cognitive and creative industries, digital humanities, post-humanities and the post-digital, among other topics on culture, technology and arts.

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keynotes

claire bishop

(University New York)

yuk hui

(University of Hong Kong)