Through the collaboration with the University of Gothenburg’s Centre for Digital Humanities and Media Technology, the conference will provide novel and supported ways to better elicit the performative and material nature of craft research. The traditional call for research papers is amplified with calls for filmed articles, interactive applications, demonstrations and exhibitions. The submitted research contributions will go through a double blind peer review process and the conference proceedings will be published in FORMAkademisk Journal as a whole, and a selection of the contributions will be developed further to form a special issue in Craft Research Journal, both are level 1 Journals according to JUFO and NSD.
Craft in Action
Final deadline of full contributions, October 30th, 2020
Notification of accepted contributions: November 30th, 2020.
We invite research contributions from any discipline or field that includes craft practice and that particularly aim (but are not limited to) discuss the following six themes:
- Multimodal communication of craft research
- Craft and society
- Craft in interdisciplinary research
- Craft pedagogy for higher education
- Crafting theory for practice
- Craft, heritage and conservation
Original research contributions may be presented as Full research contribution or In Situ research contribution.
Full research contribution includes double blind peer review and publication:
- Call for multi-media research contributions
- Call for research films
- Call for traditional research papers
In Situ research contribution includes peer review of long abstract and on-site video documentation that is published on the conference website:
- Call for demonstrations and performances
- Call for workshops
- Call for exhibition
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