[SIGCIS-Members] 2024 Mahoney Prize nominations

Melanie Swalwell mswalwell at swin.edu.au
Tue Feb 27 22:41:29 PST 2024


Nominations are now invited for the 2024 Mahoney Prize.

The Mahoney Prize recognizes an outstanding article in the history of computing and information technology, broadly conceived. The Mahoney Prize commemorates the late Princeton scholar Michael S. Mahoney, whose profound contributions to the history of computing came from his many articles and book chapters. The prize consists of a $500 award and a certificate. For the 2024 prize, articles published in the preceding three years (2021, 2022 and 2023) are eligible for nomination. The Mahoney Prize is awarded by the Special Interest Group in Computers, Information, and Society (SIGCIS). We plan to present the prize at the SIG's annual meeting in July.

Please email copies of articles being nominated to the 2024 Prize Committee by April 15, 2024. Self-nominations are welcome, as are nominations from the SIG's membership.

Information on previous winning essays may be found on the website: https://www.sigcis.org/mahoneyprize

Committee members' emails are below.

Janet Toland (Chair)
School of Information Management
Victoria University of Wellington
janet.toland at vuw.ac.nz<mailto:janet.toland at vuw.ac.nz>

Kevin Driscoll
Associate Professor,
Department of Media Studies
University of Virginia
ked5d at virginia.edu<mailto:ked5d at virginia.edu>

David Murphy
Senior Lecturer,
Digital, Tech, Innovation & Business
Staffordshire University
david.murphy at staffs.ac.uk<mailto:david.murphy at staffs.ac.uk>



Melanie Swalwell
Professor of Digital Media Heritage
Co-Chair, SIGCIS<http://www.sigcis.org/>

Acting Deputy Director
Centre for Transformative Media Technologies
School of Social Sciences, Media, Film and Education
Swinburne University
PO Box 218, Hawthorn Vic 3122 Australia

Tel +61 3 9214 3911
mswalwell at swin.edu.au

Research project websites:

Recent publications:
Collecting, Curating, Preserving, and Researching Digital Media Arts: A good practice report<https://aama.net.au/wp-content/uploads/2023/12/Collecting-curating-preserving-and-researching-media-arts.pdf>
Homebrew Gaming and the Beginnings of Vernacular Digitality<https://mitpress.mit.edu/books/homebrew-gaming-and-beginnings-vernacular-digitality>
Game History and the Local<https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-3-030-66422-0>

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