Call: Technology and Society issue of The GCAS Review Journal

Call for Papers

Technology and Society issue
The Global Center for Advanced Studies (GCAS) Review Journal

Deadline for submission of abstracts: October 17, 2021

The GCAS Review Journal is looking for authors for the second edition for winter 2022. We are looking for authors interested in addressing the question and interests concerning technology and society. The pieces can be in the general humanities as we are looking for a diverse range of papers in the fields of politics, sociology, psychology, economics, etc.

Topics may include, but are not limited to:

  • Online technologies and the future of education
  • Artificial intelligence and truth
  • Ethics of surveillance
  • Transhumanism and existentialism
  • Digitalisation and consumerism
  • Democratization of technology
  • Government control and public freedom
  • Psychological effects from technology
  • Global markets, crypto-currencies, and global currencies
  • The future of workplaces
  • Technology as religion
  • Technological progress and human progress

The GCAS Review Journal is an unbiased publication and looks for articles that both find insights into these aforementioned problems while also inviting articles that can negate the ideas proposed.

This will be the GCAS Reviews second issue of the first volume. To see papers from our first issue please click here.

Click here for submission guidelines. All questions can be directed to editors@gcas.ie. Abstracts should be submitted by October 17th, 2021.

Thank you for your time,

Best regards,

The Editors

ABOUT THE GCAS REVIEW

The GCAS Review is a quarterly peer-reviewed journal of interdisciplinary studies and critical cultural engagement. We seek scholarship that highlights unique ideological features from a wide range of disciplines, including: the humanities, social and political sciences, religious studies, critical theory, and philosophy to provide insight on the most vexing questions of the world today.

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