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The purpose of the conference is to encourage inter- and cross-disciplinary fields of research, with particular attention to sociology, communication studies, data science, anthropology, computational social science, history, semiotics, media and Internet studies. 

When submitting paper presentations, the following information is required:

  • Title;

  • Abstract (500 words maximum);

  • Author’s name, affiliations, appointment and email address;

  • 5 keywords.

The conference is also open to a small number of proposals for pre-constituted panels: panel conveners are invited to suggest a two-hour themed panel of five/six speakers. All panel submissions should be gender balanced and include authors from at least two different countries. When submitting panel proposals, the following information is required:

  • Panel chair’s name, affiliations, appointment and email address;

  • Title of the panel;

  • Abstract of the panel (300 words maximum);

  • Paper titles and short abstracts (200 words maximum), with authors’ names, affiliations and appointments for each paper.

Panels and papers proposals should be sent to

15 February 2020: Final deadline for paper and panel submissions.

end of February 2020: Decisions of acceptance are announced.

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