[SIGCIS-Members] Internet Histories, Volume 6, Issue 4 is online

Asger Harlung asger at cc.au.dk
Tue Dec 13 01:32:11 PST 2022

To whom it may concern

Internet Histories, Volume 6, Issue 4, December 2022 is now available online.

This is the Internet Histories second early career researcher award issue.

The issue may be accessed here:

Below, please find an overview of contents of this issue.

Please also consider submitting an article to the journal, more information about submission can be found here http://www.tandfonline.com/action/authorSubmission?journalCode=rint20&page=instructions.

Kind regards on behalf of the Internet Histories editorial team,

Asger Harlung,
Editorial Assistant,
Internet Histories



Internet histories second early career researcher award
Niels Brügger, Gerard Goggin, Ian Milligan & Valérie Schafer

“Do female anime fans exist?” The impact of women-exclusionary discourses on rec.arts.anime
Aurélie Petit

Moderation and authority-building process: the dynamics of knowledge creation on history subreddits
Daniela Linkevicius de Andrade & Demival Vasques Filho

Archives in the making: documenting the January 6 capitol riot on Reddit
Terri Lee Harel

Imagining networked scholarly communication: self-archiving, academic labour, and the early internet
Corina MacDonald

The invention of the archived web: tracing the influence of library frameworks on web archiving infrastructure
Kieran Hegarty

Metadata dating the digital city: a software archaeological approach
Robert Jansma

Book Review
The New Laws of Love: Online Dating and the Privatization of Intimacy
By Marie Bergström, Medford: Polity Press, 2022.
Reviewed by Ben T. Pettis
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