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ANNOUNCEMENT: First issue published and CFP for the second issue
The Editorial Team is pleased to announce the first issue of HAS – Humanities, Arts and Society Magazine. HAS Magazine is the result of a collaboration between intergovernmental institutions and non-profit organizations, in line with the mission of UNESCO to build peace through international cooperation in education, science and culture working towards the sustainable development goals. HAS Magazine is a new step of the Humanities Arts and Society project, founded in 2016 at the initiative of UNESCO-MOST, the International Council for Philosophy and Human Sciences (CIPSH), and Mémoire de l’Avenir in partnership with Global Chinese Arts and Culture Society (GCACS).
The first issue of HAS Magazine, Big Data and Singularities: Creativity as a basis for re-thinking the human condition, explores uses and creative approaches to Big Data as well as ways to resist the consequences of their use.
Please, find the complete issue on the website of HAS, and the CFP on pages 328-331.
CALL FOR PAPERS AND CONTRIBUTIONS
Arts and Society launches a call for contributions for HAS, the new digital magazine in English and French for the Humanities and Arts in Society, to be published in Spring 2020. Arts and Society is a project launched on the initiative of UNESCO-MOST, the International Council for Philosophy and Human Sciences (CIPSH), Memoire de l’Avenir (MDA), in partnership with the Global Chinese Arts and Culture Society (GCACS). The goal of this new publication is to analyze current challenges through the lens of the humanities and the arts. The theme of the first issue is: Big Data and Singularities: Creativity as a Basis for Re-thinking the Human Condition.
Deadline for submissions: 31 January, 2020.
Please, find further details in the attached open call and press release.