[Cpae] Call for Papers Society for Ethics Across the Curriculum
ernest at CLEMSON.EDU
Mon Aug 29 10:12:51 EDT 2005
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Call for Papers
7th International Conference
on Ethics Across the Curriculum
Ringling School of Art & Design
November 17th-19th, 2005
Reception November 16th, 7-9 p.m.
General Information & Registration Form (as pdf), Program,
Theme: The Arts and Responsibility
Keynote speaker: Roger Shimomura
The "creative class" has emerged as a hot job market in the 21st century
economy. Artists and designers increasingly shape not only the art of the
gallery or museum, but also consumer products, public and personal spaces,
films and TV programs, and corporate images. With the rise of "new media,"
images have become more powerful, and new non-linear, digital, and
interactive modes of storytelling have challenged us all to new standards
of visual and media literacy. This long reach of the arts into everyday and
public life raises a variety of ethical issues pertaining to the social
responsibility of artists and those who teach them. Government funding,
artistic collaboration and appropriation, sustainable design, freedom of
expression, ethnic representation, and commodification are just a sample of
the topics that arise as we attempt to assess the impact of artists on
society. How can we encourage aspiring artists and designers to anticipate
these issues and respond with a strong sense of social responsibility?
Submissions may speak to the theme of the Conference or to other issues
regarding ethics across the curriculum and may be abstracts, papers, or
other standard forms of presentation.
Submissions should be formatted for blind review, postmarked no later than
September30th, 2005, and sent to the Secretary-Treasurer of the Society,
Steven Scales, at sscales at towson.edu. Phone: 410.704.2752
The Society publishes Teaching Ethics, and papers for conferences may be
considered for publication.
Daniel E. Wueste, Ph.D.
Director, Robert J. Rutland Center for Ethics
242 Hardin Hall Clemson University
Clemson, SC 29634-0528
864-656-6147; Fax: 864-656-2858
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