[SIGCIS-Members] Internet Histories, Volume 7, Issue 2 (2023) 2022 is now available online

Asger Harlung asger at cc.au.dk
Mon May 22 04:54:43 PDT 2023

To whom it may concern,

The Editorial Staff of Internet Histories is pleased to announce that;

Internet Histories, Volume 7, Issue 2 (2023) is now available online.

One article (When Wikipedia met Tor) is open access.

The full issue may be accessed at this URL:

In this issue:


When Wikipedia met Tor: trials of legitimacy at a key moment in internet history | Open Access
Sebastiaan Gorissen & Robert W. Gehl

Let’s play something awful: a historical analysis of 14 years of threads
Brian McKitrick, Martin Gibbs, Melissa J. Rogerson, Bjørn Nansen & Charlotte Pierce

Emigration to the internet: “Samizdat” and the genesis of contemporary Russian nationalism
Dmitry Mikhailov, Nikolay Ternov & Ivan Bobrov

Situating the Internet as infrastructure: the case of post-socialist Lithuania
Migle Bareikyte

The first propaganda war through computer networks: STEM academia and the breakup of Yugoslavia
Mato Brautovic

Book Review

Resistance to the current: the dialectics of hacking
Michael Kurzmeier

Kind regards on behalf of the editors,

Asger Harlung
Editorial Assistant, Internet Histories
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