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Computers and Society is an online edited newsletter accessible via the ACM Digital Library (please note that it is NOT a peer-reviewed publication - submissions are checked for relevance, accessibility and basic suitability by the editors but not fully peer reviewed). The editors invite contributions of all types of written material (such as opinion articles, research challenge descriptions, work-in-progress articles, news reports, book reviews, bibliographies of relevant literature, and letters, fiction, poetry) on all aspects of the social, ethical and cultural impact of computing. For the latest Call(s) for Papers, check the Editorial Calendar. Instructions regarding formatting guidelines and copyright policy can be accessed from Author Information. Submissions should be sent to the editors.

Area Editors

Subject Area Area Editor Institution
Law and Technology Karen Levy Cornell University
Digital Humanities John D. Martin III University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill)
Physics Rana Ashkar Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Data Practices/Digital Curation Kalpana Shankar University College Dublin
Information Security/Internet Measurement Chris Kanich University of Illinois (Chicago)
Data Mining Jasleen Kaur Phillips Research Labs
CSCW Bonnie Nardi UC, Irvine
Sustainability Barath Raghavan ICSI (UC, Berkeley)
Technology Policy Andreas Kuhn Syracuse University
History Rebecca Slayton Cornell University
Sketchnotes Rob Dimeo NIST
Visualization and Graphics Harsh Bhatia Lawrence Livermore National Labs
Biology Ranjit Warrier University of Pennsylvania
Ethics Michael Heron Robert Gordon University
Education Dee Weikle (Acting) James Madison University
Digital Government Carlos E. Jiménez-Gómez Information and Technology in Government
Privacy Michael W. Bigrigg Carnegie Mellon University
Minorities in Computing Rajni Goel Howard University
Collective Intelligence Doug Schuler Public Sphere Project

The current issue of the SIGCAS Newsletter is always freely available through the ACM Digital Library. Previous issues are archived and are available to ACM SIGCAS Members and ACM Members who have purchased full access to the ACM Digital Library. From the Current Issue link above, you can read individual article abstracts and about each article, access the entire issue, or you can browse the archives.

Readers and writers are invited to join and participate actively in this Special Interest Group. Membership is open to all, for US$20 per year, and to students for US$10 per year.

Editor in Chief:

Dee Weikle (James Madison University)

Editorial Board Members:

Camille Dickson-Deane:

Kathrine Henderson:

Kenneth Himma:

Joe Oldham:

John Sullins:

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