Third Biennial RESAW Conference, June 2019
The third biennial RESAW (Research Infrastructure for the Study of Archived Web Materials) conference will take place at University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands, June 19-21, 2019.
The three-day conference is organized by the University of Amsterdam.
The full call for contributions can be found here.
Submissions in the form of an abstract may relate to, but are not limited by, the following topics:
* Web and internet histories
* Historicizing the web and digital culture
* Web 1.0, Web 2.0 and critiquing periodizations
* Past futures and paths not taken
* Platformization and the changing structure of the web
* Social imaginaries of the early web
* Archives and access
* Research methods for studying the archived web
* Methods for platform and app histories
* Ethics of (studying) web archives
* Technicity of web archives
* Software histories
* Archived audiences and histories of internet use
* Identity, intersectionality and web history
* Digital activism and web history
* Histories of net criticism
* Media industries and their online histories
* Web histories elsewhere: forgotten and marginalized web cultures
* Realtime, time travel and other web temporalities
* Future histories and the archive of tomorrow
Deadline for submission is 19 October 2018.
Annual IIPC Assemblies
hosts an annual assembly for researchers and archivists involved in working with archived web.
The 2018 annual assembly will be in Wellington, New Zealand in November and is announced here.