IV ISA Forum of Sociology (February 23-28, 2021) – conference with stream on sociocybernetics starts today ($50/25 for students, 800 sessions in total)

confrence link – https://isaconf.confex.com/isaconf/forum2020/meetingapp.cgi/Symposium/617

Program of the RC51 (sociocybernetics) ISA FORUM: https://sociocybernetics.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/RC51-ISA-FORUM-PROGRAM.pdf

Organisers say:

“If you are presenting a paper, thanks for being one of the 60 participants have prepared a paper proposal to discuss Sociocybernetics as a way to observe “the Blind Spot of Society” and as a toolbox to think differently. Sessions will include topics such as the digitalization and societal innovation, the transnational spaces and digital divide, complexity and truth. Art, resistance, otherness, ageing, agency, reflexivity, scientific citizenship, democracy and inequalities will be at the core of our debates. The program has some key instructions and particularly a full view of RC51 sessions.  You can also can have a view online of the full RC51 program https://isaconf.confex.com/isaconf/forum2020/meetingapp.cgi/Symposium/617 with links to every session, abstract and participant.

If you are not presenting paper this time, there is still time to register with View-Only Registration (regular fee USD50, student fee USD25). This will give you access to all 800 live sessions, to the session recordings posted after the Forum & to Congress Program Book & Book Abstracts. Most importantly, you will be able to see the 16 full RC51 program sessions :D.  https://isaconf.confex.com/isaconf/forum2020/registration/call.cgi

The program attached includes a preview of two JoS call for papers. Andrew Mitchell has recently joined the JoS project to be part of the editorial team. Along with Fabio Giglietto, they have produced two CfP. One for the Forum papers and other the special issue on Felix Geyer contributions to Sociocybernetics.  More information in the attachment

RC51 is on the move. Be active part of it.

On behalf of the RC51 Board

Raija, Martina and Patricia

RC51 ISA Forum Coordinators