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2019.12.09 | Publication

New book: The Language of Illness and Death on Social Media

CFI member Tina Thode Hougaard and Carsten Stage, both from the School of Communication and Culture, Aarhus University, have written a new book investigating the language created and used on social media to express and respond to personal experiences of illness, dying and mourning.

2019.10.21 | Events

CFI seminar: The use of digital media in the Danish general election 2019

On Thursday 7 November 2019 at 14.00-16.30 CFI will host a seminar about the role of the internet and social media in the Danish general election in 2019. The seminar is in Danish.

2019.09.17 | Events

Lectures and workshop on historiographies of websites, platforms, and apps

On 31 October and 1 November CFI and NetLab/DIGHUMLAB are hosting two talks and a workshop with Anne Helmond from New Media and Digital Culture at the University of Amsterdam.

Taina Bucher

2019.03.26 | Events

CFI Lecture: If...Then': Algorithmic power and politics

On 8 May CFI is hosting a lecture by Taina Bucher, Associate Professor, Department of Media, Cognition and Communication, University of Copenhagen.

Matthew Weber

2018.10.15 | Events

Lectures and workshop: Local Online News, and Web Archives and News Media

On November 27-28 CFI and NetLab/DIGHUMLAB are hosting two talks and a workshop with Matthew S. Weber, Associate Professor in the Hubbard School of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Minnesota.

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Recent publications

  • Brügger, N. & D. Laursen (eds.) (2019): The historical web and Digital Humanities: The case of national web domains. Routledge.
  • Brügger, N. & I. Milligan (eds.) (2019): The SAGE Handbook of Web History. SAGE.
  • Brügger, N., D. Laursen & J. Nielsen (2019): "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.
  • Finnemann, N. O. (2019): Web Archive. In KO KNOWLEDGE ORGANIZATION. KO, Jahrgang 46(1), 47 – 70. https://doi.org/10.5771/0943-7444-2019-1-47
  • Jørgensen, R.F. (2019): Human Rights in the Age of Platforms, Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
  • Jørgensen, R.F. (2019): "Danskernes syn på overvågning". In M. Frederiksen, Usikker Modernitet, (p. 143-180). Copenhagen: Hans Reitzels Forlag.
  • Jørgensen, R.F. (2019): "When private actors govern human rights". In B. Wagner, M. C. Kettemann and K. Vieth, Human Rights and Digital Technology, (p. 346-363). Cheltemham, UK: Edward Elgar.
  • Nielsen, J. (2019): "Experimenting with computational methods for large-scale studies of tracking technologies in web archives". Internet Histories. Digital Technology, Culture and Society. Published online: 09 Oct 2019. https://doi.org/10.1080/24701475.2019.1671074
  • Tække, J. & Paulsen, M. (2019). Digitalt understøttet faglighed og almendannelse. Bog 2: analyser og indblik. København: Unge Pædagoger. https://u-p.dk/produkt/dufa/ 
  • Tække, Jesper (2019). "Acquisition of new communication media and social (dis)connectivity". In Current Sociology Monograph, 2 67(4). SAGE.
  • Tække, J. & Paulsen, M. (2019). "Distraction and digital media – Multiplexing, not multitasking in the classroom". Tidsskriftet Læring og Medier (LOM), Nr. 21, 2019ISSN: 1903-248X.
  • Brügger, N. (2018): The Archived Web: Doing History in the Digital Age. MIT Press.
  • 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, 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)

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