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Message posted on 28/06/2024

TATuP 33/2 (2024): new publication on "Malevolent creativity and civil security" online

Dear list members,

we are happy to announce that TATuP 33/2 (2024) has been published online. This issue's Special topic is

"Malevolent creativity and civil security: The ambivalence of emergent technologies"

edited by Georg Plattner (ITAS/KIT), Octavia Madeira (ITAS/KIT), Christian Bscher (ITAS/KIT), Alexandros Gazos (ITAS/KIT) and Tim Rller (ITAS/KIT).

  • New CfA: Please spread widely in your networks our current Call for Abstracts "Beyond short-termism: Strategies and perspectives for the long-term governance of socio-technical change " in TATuP Special topic in issue 34/2 (2025), abstract submission until 12 August 2024.
  • Open call: Please also keep in mind TATuP's ongoing call for submissions of research articles in the open topic section "Research", of book reviews, meeting reports etc.

Have a good read of TATuP's new issue!

Sincerely TATuP editorial team

TATuP - Journal for Technology Assessment in Theory and Practice Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)

Institute for Technology Assessment and Systems Analysis

Karlstr. 11

76133 Karlsruhe, Germany

( +49 721 608-26014

7 +49 721 608-24806

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