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Subject: CFP: Research E-ditions

@ Virginia Tech

         The Center for Digital Discourse and Culture (CDDC) in the College
of Arts and Sciences at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
is accepting new manuscripts for digital modes of publication in its
Research E-ditions series.  The CDDC ( http://www.cddc.vt.edu )  has been
in operation for nearly two years, and it publishes hypertext journals,
hosts digital research archives, and cooperates with many international
cyberculture organizations.
         As an entirely digital point-of-publication, the CDDC will review
and then produce professional academic research works--either
single-authored or edited collections--in a digital format.  Projects could
take the form of an "e-book" that simply makes available a scholarly
monograph in online format, or a collection of academic papers organized
around a central theme, or a fully hypertextual experiment with new forms
of digital discourse.   Arrangements can be made for "print on demand"
(POD) paper versions of these works, but the main focus of the CDDC is to
explore the new communicative potentials of hypertext, hypermedia, and
web-centered publication.  The review processes will be as extensive and
rigorous as those experienced in print academic communication, but it too
will be conducted in a fully on-line format.
         All topics are potentially of interest in the Research E-ditions
series, however, we are particularly interested in manuscripts, digital
archives,  and hypertexts from the humanities and social sciences relating
to the areas of cyberculture, social theory, literary studies, digital art,
and cultural studies.  In addition, the CDDC is committed to publishing
projects from applied and natural sciences that relate directly to the
fields of bioinformatics, energy and environmental studies, and information
technology and communications.
         To propose a publication project, or to get more information,
contact the Center for Digital Discourse and Culture at cddc@vt.edu .

Jeremy Hunsinger          http://www.cddc.vt.edu
Instructor of Political Science Center for Digital Discourse and Culture
Webmaster/Manager CDDC
526 Major Williams Hall 0130 http://www.cddc.vt.edu/jeremy --my homepage
Virginia Tech
Blacksburg, VA 24061 (540)-231-7614

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