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Sigrid Saabye

2015.04.22 | People

New member: Sigrid Saabye

Sigrid Saabye, PhD student from School of Communication and Culture, Aarhus University, is now a member of CFI.

Federico Nanni

2015.04.09 | Events

CFI lecture: Rediscovering the University of Bologna's digital past: between the silence and the noise

On 3 June Federico Nanni from University of Bologna will present aspects of his PhD project on the history of Italian university websites.

2014.12.08 | Publication

New publication about Facebook in the CFI monograph series

Jakob Linaa Jensen and Anne Scott Sørensen has written a new publication in the CFI monograph series entitled "Publicized modes of appearance and appropriate participation on Facebook".

Maja Sonne Damkjær

2014.10.30 | People

New member: Maja Sonne Damkjær

Maja Sonne Damkjær, PhD student from School of Communication and Culture, Aarhus University, is now a member of CFI.

Lea Muldtofte

2014.10.24 | People

New member: Lea Muldtofte

PhD student Lea Muldtofte from School of Communication and Culture, Aarhus University, is now a member of CFI.

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Recent publications

  • Brügger, Niels and Henrik Bødker (2018): "The shifting temporalities of online news: The Guardian’s website from 1996 to 2015", Journalism, 19(1), London, p. 56-74.
  • Brügger, N., D. Laursen & J. Nielsen (2018): "Establishing a corpus of the archived web: The case of the Danish web from 2005 to 2015.”, in Brügger, N. & D. Laursen: The Historical Web and Digital Humanities: The Case of National Web domains, London: Routledge.
  • Brügger, Niels (2018): "Web history and social media", in J. Burgess, A. Marwick, T. Poell (Eds.): The SAGE Handbook of Social Media, London: Sage, p. 196-212
  • Finnemann, N. O. (2018): E-text. In Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Literature. Retrieved 29 Jan. 2018, from http://literature.oxfordre.com/view/10.1093/acrefore/9780190201098.001.0001/acrefore-9780190201098-e-272
  • Jørgensen, Rikke F. (2018): "Human Rights and Private Actors in the Online Domain", in Land, M. And Aronson, J.: The Challenges and Opportunities of New Technologies, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
  • Jensen, Jakob L. & Tække, J. (2018): Sociale medier, København: Samfundslitteratur
  • Nielsen, J. (2018): “Recording the web”, in Romele, A. & E. Terrone (eds.): Towards a Philosophy of Digital Media, Palgrave Macmillan
  • Tække, J & Paulsen, M. (2018). "Undervisning og de tre digitale bølger – Distraktion, koncentration og engagement”, Læring & Medier (LOM), 10(18)
  • Brügger, Niels (2017): "Connecting textual segments: A brief history of the web hyperlink”, in Brügger, Niels (Ed.): Web 25: Histories from the first 25 years of the World Wide Web, New York: Peter Lang, p. 3-28
  • Brügger, Niels (2017): "Digital historie og arkiveret web som historisk kilde”, temp — tidsskrift for historie, 14, Aarhus, p. 10-29
  • Brügger, Niels (2017): Informationssamfundet: temp — tidsskrift for historie, 14, Aarhus, 180 p.
  • Brügger, Niels (2017): Internet histories: Digital technology, culture and society, 1(1-2), Routledge, Abingdon, 2017, 201 p.
  • Brügger, Niels (2017): "Introduction: Histories from the first 25 years of the World Wide Web”, in Brügger, Niels (Ed.): Web 25: Histories from the first 25 years of the World Wide Web, New York: Peter Lang, p. xi-xvi
  • Brügger, Niels (2017): "Metoder til indsamling af internetmateriale og deres effekt på senere analyser — med Facebook som eksempel”, in K. Drotner, S.M. Iversen (Eds.): Digitale metoder: At skabe, analysere og dele data, København: Samfundslitteratur, p. 31-49
  • Brügger, Niels (2017): "Probing a nation’s web domain: A new approach to web history and a new kind of historical source”, in Goggin, G. and M. McLelland (Eds.): The Routledge Companion to Global Internet Histories, Abingdon: Routledge, p. 61-73
  • Brügger, Niels (2017): Web 25: Histories from the first 25 years of the World Wide Web (Ed.), New York: Peter Lang, 257 p.
  • Brügger, N. (2017): Webraries and Web Archives: The Web between public and private. In D. Baker, W. Ewans (Eds.), The End of Wisdom?: The Future of Libraries in a Digital Age (pp. 185–190). Oxford: Chandos Publishing, Pre-published versions available at: ResearchGate and Academia
  • Brügger, Niels and Ralph Schoeder (2017): "Introduction: The web as history”, in N. Brügger, R. Schroeder (Eds.): The Web as History: Using Web Archives to Understand the Past and the Present, London: UCL Press, p. 1–19 (published as Open Access, available here).
  • Brügger, Niels and Ralp Schoeder (eds.) (2017): The Web as History: Using Web Archives to Understand the Past and the Present, London: UCL Press, 278 p. (published as Open Access, available here)
  • Brügger, N., D. Laursen & J. Nielsen (2017), "Exploring the domain names of the Danish web", in Brügger, N. & R. Schroeder: The Web as History: Using Web Archives to Understand the Past and the Present, London: UCL Press, s. 62-80.
  • Brügger, Niels, G. Goggin, I. Millligan, and V. Schafer (2017): "Introduction: Internet histories”, Internet histories: Digital technology, culture and society, 1(1-2), Abingdon, p. 1-7.
  • Finnemann, N. O. (2017): Hypertext Configurations: Genres in networked Digital Media. Journal of the Association for Information Science and TechnologyVolume 68, Issue 4
    April 2017 Pages 845–854
    Download here.

  • Jørgensen, Rikke F. (2017): "Framing Human Rights: Storytelling within Internet Companies"Information, Communication and Society, 21(3), p. 340-355
  • Jørgensen, Rikke F. (2017): “What Platforms Mean When They Talk About Human Rights”, Policy and internet, 9(3), p. 280-296
  • Jørgensen, Rikke F. and Desai, T. (2017): “Right to Privacy Meets Online Platforms: Exploring Privacy Complaints against Facebook and Google”, Nordic Journal of Human Rights, 35(2), p. 106-126
  • Jørgensen, R. F., Pedersen, A.M., (2017) Online Service Providers as Human Rights Arbiters, in Taddeo, M., Floridi, L., (eds.), The Responsibilities of Online Service Providers, Oxford: Springer.
  • Tække, J. (2017): "Anmeldelse af: Kjetil A. Jacobsen: Etter Charlie Hebdo – Ytringfrihetens krise i historisk lys. Forlaget Press. 2016", Mediekultur: Journal of media and communication research, 33(62), p. 147-151. Download here
  • Tække, J. (2017): "Crisis Communication and Social Media. A Systems- and Medium-Theoretical Perspective”, In Systems Research and Behavioral Science, 34(2), p. 182–194, Download here
  • Tække, J. (2017): "Social media and (dis)connectivity”, Paper presented at the conference The politics of (dis)connectivity, 29. November - 1. December 2017, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Huairou district, Beijing, China.
  • Tække, Jesper & Clausen, Lars (2017): "De-professionalization and re-professionalization in the new media society”, Paper for the conference, Developments of Professions. Observed with Niklas Luhmann’s Systems Theory, 18. – 22. September 2017, International University Centre (IUC), Dubrovnik, Croatia.
  • Tække, J. & Paulsen, M. (2017): "Digitalisation of education – the theory of the three waves”, Monograph Series from The Centre for Internet Research, CFI, Aarhus, Denmark, Download here
  • Tække, J. & Paulsen, M. (2017): "Main Features in the Concept of Digital Bildung”, Paper to The NordMedia 2017 conference"Mediated realities – Global Challenges" Division 5: Media Literacy and Media Education, 17. – 19 August 2017, At University of Tampere, The School of Communication, Media and Theatre, Tampere, Finland

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