The Journal of Transformative Technologies (JoTT) is an annual open-access online postgraduate publication edited by graduate students affiliated with the Transformative Technologies Research Unit (TTRU) at The University of Melbourne. Founded by the TTRU postgraduate committee, the journal was launched in November 2016.
JoTT is refereed by an international and interdisciplinary board of established and emerging scholars engaged in critiquing the social, cultural, and political aspects of ‘transformative’ technologies.
The aims of JoTT are:
JoTT invites submissions from all researchers in any discipline working broadly on the ‘transformative’ aspects of technologies. All submissions are double-blind refereed.
JoTT does not charge authors for publication.
2016 Editorial Board
Alex Edney-Browne, Cultural Studies, University of Melbourne
Tessa Leach, History and Philosophy of Science, University of Melbourne
Tara Lomax, Screen Studies, University of Melbourne
Andrew Lynch, Screen Studies, University of Melbourne
Ben Nicoll, Screen Studies, University of Melbourne
Thao Phan, Media and Communications, University of Melbourne
Alexa Scarlata, Media and Communications/Cultural Studies, University of Melbourne
Simon Young, Classical Archaeology, University of Melbourne
The JoTT is an annual open-access postgraduate publication critiquing the social, cultural, and political aspects of 'transformative' technologies. The journal only accepts submissions that respond to the themes of Call for Papers. For submissions and general enquiries contact: firstname.lastname@example.org