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서울시립대학교 도시인문학연구소, 제19회 국제학술대회 원고 모집

김보연 기획과 등록일 : 2021-12-30

 - 2월 6일까지, ‘디지털 폴리스의 폐쇄적 공동체’ 관련 발표원고 모집


 서울시립대학교 도시인문학연구소(소장 송석휘)는 “디지털 폴리스의 폐쇄적 공동체 다시보기: 공간성, 정체성 그리고 인간성”을 주제로 개최되는 국제학술대회의 발표원고를 2월 6일까지 모집한다.


 이번 학술대회에서는 코로나 팬데믹 이후 디지털 전환이 가속화되면서 공적 공간의 소실과 치안 보장에 대한 강박적 욕구가 함께 심화되는 현대도시에서 등장하는 폐쇄적 공동체와 요새 도시의 개념을 둘러싼 다양한 쟁점들을 고루 조망한다.

 특히, 에드워드 소자의 제 3의 공간, 앙리 르페브레의 사회적 공간, 위르겐 하버마스의 의사소통의 공간 등 일상적, 집단적 공간 개념 틀을 통해 디지털 폴리스에서 온오프라인을 넘나드는 도시 공동체의 현재와 미래를 고찰하고자 한다.

 본 학술대회의 발표원고들은 추후 소정의 심사를 거쳐 서울시립대학교 학술지의 특별판이나 해외 출판도서로 출간할 예정이다.

 원고 모집 관련 기타 상세한 내용은 김건 연구교수( konkim@uos.ac.kr )에게 문의바라며, 국제학술대회 관련 자세한 사항은 도시인문학연구소 홈페이지( https://ihuos.uos.ac.kr )에서 확인할 수 있다. (관련 문의: 도시인문학연구소, 02-6490-5338)

서울시립대학교 도시인문학연구소 국제학술대회 포스터 Call for Papers도시인문학연구소Rethinking Gated Communities in the Digital Polis: Spatiality, Identity, and HumanityThis symposium will look at this additional Layerwith a focus on the recent transformation ofthird social communicative spaces to decode the identity of contemporary fortress cities and gatedAbstract submission Feb. 6. 2022 communities in the digitalera . It aims to contribute to an improved understanding of 1) the theoreticalunderpinning of communities emerging in the digital polis and 2 how these communities can conConfirmation of selected abstracts Late February ( 2022 tribute to shapinginvitenew forms of thedigital polisin practice through diversethe humanistic lenses For thisSymposium , we contributions that address , but are not limited to following themesFull paper submission Early May (2022 optional Spatiality (architectural / geographical aspects )Symposium date May 20 2022 • Virtual experience andspacespatial reproduction environments Third/ lived social in digital built• Urbanism indigital reality leg security - obsessed / pseudo / hyper / platform urbanism ). Surveillance technologies and metaverse architectures• Spatial practices of digitally - connected urban communitiesGties continue to change and face diverse challenges that areincreasingly complex, relentless Identity communication / cultural aspects )and not amendable with simple solutions . In Edward Soja's words ,one of the challenges is the spreadof neoliberal tacticsof privatization , deregulation , Insidious welfare reforms , and new electronic tech Emergent mediascape andnew forms of communicationnologies for controlling spatial access and mobility that can lead to spatial fortification such as 'gated · Digital anonymity and identitycommunities . Such neoliberal approaches have gained prominence in the context of security - ob . Data ownership rights , and controlsessed urbanism where urban design , architecture and state apparatus are merged intoa single . Big data and small datacomprehensive security effort . This epochal coalescence has far - reaching consequences for the social • Inequality and injustice in digital platformsrelations of thebuilt environment in which the market provision of security generates its own para • New ethics on E - participation E -governance and E -govermentnoiac demand . To put it bluntly , we live in contemporary fortress cities retrofitted with marketinedsecurity and safety , it is noteworthy that such spatial fortification is implicated in the deep erosion of Humanity ( philosophical phenomenological aspects )public space and life while many local places where people live gather and interact have become • Virtuality and spatialtygated . This represents the destruction of democratic public spaces and the emergence of various · Digital transformation and human connectiongated communities in the built environment filled with paranoiac architecture and deterrent designs . Human transformation in reality and hyper - reality• Augmented humanities and digitalized communitiesUnder these circumstances there is no longer any dear - cut distinction between public and pri · Digital fortress and digital exclusionvate , spaces sinceandbothotherspaces are shaped and reshaped andnot only by class . conflicts but alsocallbyforgender re Please submit your extended abstract ( 400-800 words excluding references up to 5 keywords )race ethnicity , relations of differential social spatial power This prompts a aconceptualization of the categorical distinction between private and public spaces, which can pave the and a shortbio ( 150 words maximum to this link https :// forms gle /WwJEHCW / ) or via428way for the reinterpretation of what is known as third space ' ( Edward Sojal. 'social space' Henri Le QR code by Feb 6, 2022. The symposium willbe held online and/ or in person. For in -person participafebvrel , or communicative Space Cürgen Habermas in the contemporary fortress cities . Reconcep tion , partial travel and / or accommodation support may be available for selected participants . Applitualization requires a more nuanced understanding of the recent urban hyperspace of invisible cities cants should beindicate whether they wish to apply offortheirsuchsupport forin the submission form . SelectedSimcities , and computer - generated artificial worlds where new forms of gated communities continue authors will invited to develop longer versions papers inclusion in either a special issueto emerge and evolve Considering that this hyperspace is a site of imagination out of virtual reality publication of Journal of the University of Seoul or in a specially produced symposium book For furand artificial intelligence , it has traditional but also hidden cultures that create an additional layer of ther information , please contact konkim @uosa kr( Dr. Kon Kim ) or bewon @uosas kr (De HeewonIntangible interaction and/ or segregation of communities Cung