We are happy to announce the latest issue of Communication Design Quarterly (Volume 9 Issue 2) is now live! Featuring work by Junzhe Zhu, Elizabeth Wickes, and John R. Gallagher; Jimmy Butts and Josephine Walwema; and Scott A. Mogull
Hello, SIGDOC community— I’m writing as Chair of SIGDOC and on behalf of the Executive Committee to share our official statement on anti-Asian racism in light of the mass murder that took place in Georgia (USA) on March 16th. We
We are happy to announce the latest issue of Communication Design Quarterly (Volume 9 Issue 1) is now live! Featuring work by Shannon Butts, Madison Jones, Cana Uluak Itchuaqiyaq, Breeanne Matheson, Mai Ibrahim, Temple West, Elisa Cogbill-Seiders, and Elizabeth E. Weems
Special Issue Proposal: The infrastructures of communication, writing and design Download the CFP in PDF format Over the last two decades, the social sciences and humanities have gone through somewhat of an “infrastructural turn” that has renewed focus on the
The SIGDOC executive committee is pleased to announce the winners of the two Career Advancement Research Grants for 2020. Congratulations to Sweta Baniya, Ph.D for the project “Exploring Risk and Crisis Communication Practices of Transnational Feminists in Ensuring Equity and Justice During COVID-19” and to Avery Edenfield, Ph.D for the project “Queer Becomings: The Ethics, Rhetoric, and Materiality of Care in Trans Networks.”
Congratulations again to both winners! We are excited to see this project come to fruition and are pleased to support it.
We are happy to announce the latest issue of Communication Design Quarterly (Volume 8 Issue 4) is now live! Featuring work by Ryan Cheek, Lynda Olman and Danielle DeVasto, and Bremen Vance and Lauren Malone
We are happy to announce the latest issue of Communication Design Quarterly (Volume 8 Issue 3) is now live! Featuring work by Claire Lauer, Alexander Slotkin, Arthur Berger, and A. Nicole Pfannenstiel
We are happy to announce the latest issue of Communication Design Quarterly (Volume 8 Issue 2) is now live. Featuring a statement by The SIGDOC Executive Committee and work by J.D Applen, Brett Oppegaard, Tracy Clark, Cynthia McPherson, and Claudia Mitchell
Official Statement from SIGDOC: A Response to Injustice
SIGDOC stands in solidarity with Black members of SIGDOC and the larger Black community across the United States and around the globe in the ongoing fight for justice for the lives of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, Freddie Gray, Tony McDade, Philando Castile, Michael Brown, Tamir Rice, and far too many others. State-sanctioned anti-Black violence is the manifestation of systemic White supremacy in all its forms in the United States and across the globe. Black lives matter.
I am writing on behalf of the SIGDOC Executive Committee to let you know that we have officially passed a resolution to transition our SIGDOC 2020 Conference from an in-person event in Denton, TX to a virtual event. The resolution