[S-fotografie] Fw: Philosophy of Photography

Sara Filippin sara.filippin a gmail.com
Dom 23 Set 2012 15:00:01 CEST

Giro questa mail che credo possa interessare alcuni di noi: per informazione di chi già non lo sapesse, ma anche per stimolare un dibattito - pubblico, nella lista - sulla necessità che anche in Italia vi sia una rivista dedicata agli studi sulla fotografia, dopo la chiusura di AFT.
Immagino che siamo in molti a sentire questa esigenza, e immagino anche che in passato non siano mancati tentativi al riguardo. Tuttavia, la conoscenza dello stato dei fatti, e un contributo di idee da parte di tutti, potrebbero essere costruttivi.
Cordialità a tutti.
Sara Filippin

----- Original Message ----- 
From: H-ArtHist (Nadine Soell) 
Sent: Friday, September 21, 2012 6:37 PM
Subject: CFP: Philosophy of Photography

From: Andrew Fisher <a.t.fisher a gold.ac.uk>
Date: Sep 21, 2012
Subject: CFP: Philosophy of Photography

Philosophy of Photography call for papers

Philosophy of Photography is an international peer-reviewed journal 
published six monthly in the spring and autumn. The journal’s aim is to 
provide a forum for theoretical and critical debate of issues arising 
from the historical, political, cultural, scientific and critical 
matrix of ideas, practices and techniques that constitute photography 
as a multifaceted and changing form.

In a contemporary context characterised by its diversity and rapid rate 
of transformation, the conjunction of ‘philosophy’ and ‘photography’ in 
the journal’s title is intended to provoke reflection on the ways in 
which existing and emergent discourses might engage with each other to 
inform our understanding of the photographic.

The editors welcome submissions from researchers and practitioners who 
seek to explore all aspects of photography from a theoretical 
standpoint. We also consider proposals for contributions in the form of 
photographic works. Information on submission criteria can be found at: 

Philosophy of Photography particularly welcome submissions addressing 
the following topics:

New trends in photographic theory

Critical approaches to the social and political theorisation of the 

Critical (re-)examinations of the concepts and methods of photography 

Uses of photography in the science

Theorisations of new media culture, mobile multi-media and photography 
in relation to Web 2.0 and the aesthetics of the internet.

Philosophy of Photography 2.2 (Spring 2012) features a special section 
on Vilém Flusser that includes a number of previously unpublished 
articles drawn from the Flusser archive and presents new
translations into English of key texts from both German and Portuguese.

Philosophy of Photography 3.1 (Autumn 2012) includes a special section 
entitled ‘photography beyond representation’, which presents a range of 
articles examining the contemporary state of
relationships between photography, humans and computers.

Contributors to volumes one and two (2010-2012) include: Shahidul Alam, 
Jorella Andrews, Ariella Azoulay, Pavel Büchler, David Campany, Johanna 
Drucker, Vilém Flusser, Hilde Van Gelder, Patrick Maynard, Andreas 
Mühler-Pohle, John Mullarky, Peter Osborne, Ingrid Pollard, Brendan 
Prendeville, Olivier Richon, John Roberts, Joachim Schmid, Blake 
Stimson, Frances Stracey, Alex Streitberger, John Timberlake, Philip 
Trager, Siegfried Zielinski.


Andrew Fisher
Goldsmiths College London and Humboldt University Berlin
a.t.fisher a gold.ac.uk

Daniel Rubenstein
London South Bank University
rubinsd a lsbu.ac.uk


Reference / Quellennachweis:
CFP: Philosophy of Photography. In: H-ArtHist, Sep 21, 2012. 


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