Call for Papers
Theme: Intercultural Ethics and Technology
Type: International Online Conference
Institution: Ethics of Socially Disruptive Technologies Research
University of Twente
On January 27 and 28, 2022, the Ethics of Socially Disruptive
Technologies research consortium will hold an international online
conference on Intercultural Ethics and Technology.
Our aim is to bring together the ethical approaches and frameworks
from various cultural backgrounds and traditions, to organize an
intercultural ethical dialogue, especially on (but not limited to)
technology and its social and cultural implications.
This two-day event, hosted from the University of Twente in The
Netherlands, will help us explore the value and challenges of an
intercultural ethical approach to the profound implications of
technology for human beings and societies.
We hope to reach out to scholars in intercultural philosophy,
intercultural ethics, and the ethics and philosophy of technology to
have an inspiring and constructive conversation.
We welcome abstract submissions for individual papers and panels:
- Paper abstracts: 250 words, up to three keywords, and a 250-word
bio of the presenter
- Panel proposals: up to 4 abstracts of 250 words and 3 keywords
each; a general panel description (200 words); and a 250-word bio of
- Workshops (sessions with an active role for all participants):
description of 500 words.
- September 15, 2021: Deadline for submission of abstracts
- October 12, 2021: Notification of acceptance
Registration and Fees
- Bachelor/Master/PhD students: €25
- General: €75
- People from low and middle-income countries: €25
To register for the conference, please go here:
For further questions you can contact Michelle de Boer, project
manager Society & Technology, via: