CFP: SAGE Handbook of Web History

We wanted to boost the signal here – a great opportunity for historians who have thoughts on Internet or Web histories! If you have any questions, please let Ian know.

Ian Milligan

AAEAAQAAAAAAAAS4AAAAJDgxM2QwMmVkLTZiN2QtNGVjNi1hYjFkLTgyNDJhNjAzNTZmOANiels Brügger and myself have sent this out to a few listservs, so decided to cross-post this here on my blog as well. Do let me know if you have any questions!

The web has now been with us for almost 25 years: new media is simply not that new anymore. It has developed to become an inherent part of our social, cultural, political, and social lives, and is accordingly leaving behind a detailed documentary record of society and events since the advent of widespread web archiving in 1996. These two key points lie at the heart of our in-preparation SAGE Handbook of Web History: that the history of the web itself needs to be studied, but also that its value as an incomparable historical record needs to be inquired as well. Within the last decade, considerable interest in the history of the Web has emerged. However, there is…

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