[Air-L] CFP: Internet Histories Early Career Researcher Award 2024
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Fri Jul 21 08:48:25 PDT 2023
The Internet Histories Early Career Researcher Award is open to all early
career researchers whose research focuses on the history of the Internet
and/or the Web, histories of digital cultures, or any historical topic
within the scope of the Internet Histories journal.
The deadline to submit your original article is 1 November 2023.
For more details about the award, past winners, and the submission process,
see the email below or the full CFP:
If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to reach out.
Best of luck!
Fra: Niels Brügger <nb at cc.au.dk>
Dato: torsdag, 20. juli 2023 kl. 10.57
Til: Niels Brügger <nb at cc.au.dk>
Emne: Internet Histories Early Career Researcher Award 2024
CFP for the ‘Internet Histories Early Career Researcher Award 2024’
Please do circulate widely.
Are you an early career researcher whose research focuses on the history of
the Internet and/or the Web, and histories of digital cultures?
We invite any interested early career researchers (masters students,
doctoral students, and post-doctoral researchers) to send us an original
article, between 6,000 and 8,000 words, by 1 November 2023. If the scholar
has a PhD degree this must not have been awarded more than three years
prior to the time of submission, exclusive of any leaves (parental, medial,
etc.). Co-authored submissions will be accepted if all authors are early
career researchers. In this case, the award will be evenly split between
Read more on previous awards at:
The jury of this Award is composed of the following members of the
international Editorial Board of Internet Histories:
- Janet Abbate, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, USA
- Kevin Driscoll, University of Virginia, USA
- Greg Elmer, Toronto Metropolitan University, Canada
- Benjamin Thierry, Paris-Sorbonne University, France
You can find the full CFP here https://bit.ly/RINT2
All the best,
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