[Asis-l] [Eurchap] Re: [Sighfis-l] call for new sig interest and membership--interdisciplinary "critical theory"
adebons at mail.sis.pitt.edu
Fri Oct 25 16:54:53 EDT 2002
I read your reply to Ron with considerable interest.I did not understand
your reply. It would seem that Ron's request, beyond being inspirational,
is very practical as well. Often I ask myself, acknowledging all of the
ASIST Sig's now in existence, how can these be brought together in a cohesive
statement of purpose and function that define national and international
needs and requirements. I do not understand the "narrowness" in
School of Information Sciences
University of Pittsburgh
On Fri, 25 Oct 2002, Michel J. Menou wrote:
> While I fully support the manifestation of all energies and innovative
> endeavours, I cannot resist friendly questions:
> 1) what is the difference in scope between this proposed SIG and HFIS?
> 2) is not is better to develop your action within the exisitng SIG(s)
> rather than creating a new one, especially on a relatively "narrow" -
> public wise at least, subject.
> Best regards
> Michel J. Menou Mail to: Michel.Menou at wanadoo.fr
> Friday, October 25, 2002, 3:54:14 AM, you wrote:
> RD> Apologies for cross-posting across the various SIG lists...
> RD> ___________________________________
> RD> CALL FOR SIG INTEREST AND MEMBERSHIP
> RD> SIG-CRIT investigates conceptual issues in information science and studies using philosophical, historiographical, rhetorical, social, and cultural approaches within a broad, interdisciplinary
> RD> framework of "critical theory." The purpose of this SIG is to bring together researchers in these areas, to create connections between various research agendas and national traditions, and to
> RD> create an intellectually deeper and socially richer interdisciplinary dialogue between information science and other fields in the social and human sciences.
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