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CFP: ACIS 2024 - Decolonizing Information Systems Research

  • 1.  CFP: ACIS 2024 - Decolonizing Information Systems Research

    Posted 04-04-2024 10:09
    We are excited to announce our new conference track on "Decolonizing Information Systems Research" in the Australasian Conference on Information Systems 2024, Canberra.

    ACIS 2024: 4-6 December, 2024
    Hosted by the University of Canberra

    Track Co-Chairs
    Hameed Chughtai, Lancaster University, UK
    Angsana Techatassanasoontorn, Auckland University of Technology, NZ
    Nelly Todorova, University of Canterbury, NZ
    Rosetta Romano, University of Canberra, AU

    This track invites scholars to explore what it means to decolonize information systems, challenge existing colonial legacies in our digital society, and envision decolonial futures. We are particularly interested in research that showcases decolonial perspectives and demonstrates how these approaches can foster a more inclusive society. Key questions we aim to address include: How can we decolonize information systems research? How can we challenge and transform the existing colonial legacies in our digital society? And, how can we envision and shape a decolonial future in a digital world?

    Both junior and senior scholars are encouraged to participate.

    Paper Submission Deadline: 9th August 2024, 11:59 PM AEST
    Notification of Acceptance for Papers: 4th October 2024, 11:59 PM AEST  
    Final paper acceptance notification: 25th October 2024, 11:59 PM AEST   

    Full call for paper and submission details:



    Hameed Chughtai 

    Associate Professor (Senior Lecturer)

    Programme Director, Managment and Information Technology

    Department of Organisation, Work, and Technology

    Lancaster University Management School, UK


    Associate Editor: Information Systems Journal 

    Guest Senior Editor: Information Systems Journal (2023) Special Issue 'Decoloniality in Information Systems Research' 

    Chair of the  IFIP WG 9.5 'Our Digital Lives'