Annette Agerdal-Hjermind will be defending her PhD dissertation about Corperate blogging. [ Read more ]
CFI hosts a reception to celebrate the 10-year anniversary of the centre.
At the reception, Professor Niels Ole Finnemann, our former director, gives a brief talk situating CFI and its past and present projects in the field of internet research. In addition, the internet artist Morten Riis will perform his work ”Digital Silence” which is created specifically for the celebration of the CFI Anniversary.
CFI hosts a lecture by Sandra Braman, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, entitled "Laying the foundations: Internet technology, design, and policy, 1969-1979".
Niels Brügger has been appointed New director of CFI [ Read more ]
Dr. Annette Markham is appointed guest professor in the Department of Information- and Media Studies (IMV) and CFI during the spring semester, 2011. [ Read more ]
Annual meeting. CFI still has 18 members. Brügger is elected as new director of the Centre for Internet Research. He succeeds professor Niels Ole Finnemann who has been centre director since the establishing of the centre in 2000. Anja Bechmann is elected new board member, succeding Niels Ole Finnemann. Stine Lomborg is elected new supplementary board member and appointed as web editor of CFI's website. [ Read more ]
CFI co-organises the international workshop "Who Am I Online" with Luciano Floridi, University of Oxford and University of Hertfordshire with presentations by a broad range of international and CFI scholars in the fields of philosophy, ethics and internet studies.
The book Web History is published by the American publisher Peter Lang Publishing. The book is edited by Niels Brügger, and it is is the first edited volume to put the emerging field of web history on the agenda of internet research. [ Read more ]
CFI hosts a lecture by Steve Jones, University of Illinois, Chicago, on "The current state and future of internet research". [ Read more ]
CFI organises the seminar "Public service broadcasters on the web: A comprehensive history" with Maureen Burns, University of Queensland, Benedetta Brevini, University of Westminster, Tomi Lindblom, University of Helsinki, Shawn Powers, Annenberg School for Communication, London, University of Southern California, and Anja Bechmann and Niels Brügger from CFI.
CFI organises the seminar "Copyright in the digital age - what is left?" with Dan Burk, University of California, Irvine, School of Law, and Jens Schovsbo, University of Copenhagen.
In collaboration with Oxford Internet Institute, CFI hosts a workshop on "Internet Studies" with presentations by a broad range of international and CFI scholars in the field.
Professor Bill Dutton, Director of the Oxford Internet Institute, wrote this commentary after the workshop.
CFI organises the seminar "Public service, internet & sociale medier" along with, among others, Hallvard Moe, Universitety of Bergen, Anja Bechmann Petersen and Niels Brügger. [ Read more ]
Annual meeting. CFI has 18 members compared to 13 the previous year.
Two new publications in the CFI monograph series: