CFP: The South Asian ICT Revolution

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  • Subject: CFP: The South Asian ICT Revolution
  • From: A Kundu <>
  • Date: Tue, 12 Dec 2000 20:58:08 +0000
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      Call for Papers: "The South Asian ICT Revolution"
      Information and Communications Technology (ICT) is transforming the 
      way South Asia and South Asians work and play. Contemporary South 
      Asia is looking for papers for a special issue which will offer 
      articles across a broad range of ICT issues. Examples of potential 
      submission titles might include:
      -- The Uneven Spread of ICT Across South Asia: Comparing 'haves' and
      'have nots'
      -- The South Asian ICT entrepreneurs of Silicon Valley
      -- Netwar: South Asian internet sites and the spread of propaganda
      -- Digital Democracy vs Digital Divide: Will ICT help or hinder 
      development in South Asia?
      -- The South Asian Diaspora and ICT: Encouraging transnational 
      -- ICT and the command and control of South Asia's nuclear arsenals
      Contemporary South Asia is an academic, peer-reviewed journal 
      published three times yearly by Carfax/Taylor & Francis (UK). See 
      <> for full details.
      Submissions for "The South Asian ICT Revolution" themed issue should
      be of no more than 7000 words in length and written in accordance 
      with the "Notes for Contributors" for Contemporary South Asia 
      found on its website. Submissions must be submitted as an email 
      attachment to arrive no later than 1 May 2001. 
      For further enquiries, please contact:
      Dr Apurba Kundu
      Editor, Contemporary South Asia
      Department of Cybernetics
      University of Bradford
      Bradford BD7 1DP
      Tel: +44-(0)1274-235-046
      Fax: +44-(0)1274-235-295
      Email: a.kundu at bradford dot ac dot uk