Book Publication by Members of RIDCH

 
Chinese Book Publication   
 
We are pleased to announce our upcoming Chinese book on Digital Humanities and museums:
 
 
[Book Title]
 
 
《博物館的變與不變:香港和其他地區的經驗》
(Changes of Museums: Experiences of Hong Kong and Nearby Places)
 
[Nature of Publication]
 
Cultural Topics
 
 
[Year of Publication]
 

2018

 

[Editor-in-chief]
 
Ms Janet Lau 
 
[Co-Editors] Dr Rebecca Leung and Mr Walter Wong (Sub-Editor)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
English Book Publication  
 
Three English edited volumes by Springer are in preparation, and the first volume on Digital Humanities, learning and teaching is coming soon. The volume titles are as follows: 
 
Volume 1: Digital Humanities and New Ways of Teaching
 (Call for Papers is now closed)
Volume summary: As digital culture has exerted heavy influence on the humanities, it will affect the way humanities subjects are being conceived in the university curriculum. This book will focus on the educational implications of digital humanities, study how the introduction of digital technology may critique and revolutionize the curriculum of the humanities, and explore the critical discourse that accompany the advent of digital humanities.
Volume editor: Dr AnnaWing-bo Tso
 
Volume 2: Digital Media and Technologies: New Art Forms and New Media Spectacles 
(Call for Papers is now closed)
Volume summary: The wide use of digital technology facilitates the birth of new art forms and social media, which in turn have produced far-reaching implications for changing media ownership and its role in the political economy. This volume strives to investigate the digitization of art and media within the dynamics of participatory culture, and how these changes affect the power relations between production and consumption of the new forms.
Volume editor: Dr Sunny Sui-kwong Lam 
 
Volume 3: Reconceptualization of the Humanities in the Digital Age 
(Call for Papers is now closed)
Volume Summary: Digitization has transformed the ways humanities subjects are conceived. This volume will look into new forms of representation that change our perception and interpretation of the humanities. It will cover topics such as texts and visuality, sight/site and sense, and how literature, history and culture are redefined in spatialized relations in the digital age.
Volume editor: Dr Kaby Wing-sze Kung
Call for Paper Details: Please click here
 
 
We accept submissions from conferences’ presenters of our previous conferences and also from authors who have not presented at our conferences.
 
For conference presenters:
  • Please send your full paper (in Microsoft Word DOC format) to ridch@ouhk.edu.hk. The length of each paper should be 6,000 – 8,000 words (excluding bibliography). [Please click here for the manuscript template in Word format.]
  • Mark the subject of your email as 'Springer Book chapter'.
  • Indicate the volume to which you would like to contribute.
  • Limit the use of photos to no more than 5 per paper.
  • Acknowledge the source of materials downloaded from the internet and obtain copyright permissions if needed. 
If you have not attended our conferences but would like to be considered for inclusion, this is the process:
  • Please prepare a single page proposal or abstract containing your name, institutional affiliation, address, email address, and the proposed title of your chapter and abstract.
  • Indicate the volume to which you would like to contribute.
  • Submit the above information to ridch@ouhk.edu.hk and mark the subject of your email as ‘Springer Book chapter’.
  • Following submission, all papers will be refereed and returned to authors for correction if necessary. Should there be any illustration costs, it is the author’s responsibility to negotiate the copyright costs of the illustrative material.
For the manuscript style, please follow the instructions listed below:
  • All papers should follow the APA referencing style
  • Please use 12-point font, Times New Roman, and single spacing.
  • The margin setting should be:
             - Top: 2.05"
             - Bottom: 2.24"
             - Inside: 1.81"
             - Outside: 1.85"
             - Gutter: 0"
 
For more details about the style format, please refer to the “Manuscript preparation tool for Word” on page 2 of the Springer Manuscript Guideline and the Manuscript Template (see Reference Documents).
 
 
 
Reference Documents
 
 
 
2. Manuscript Template: PDF / DOC
 
 
 
 
      
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

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Modified Date: Apr 10, 2018