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Humanist Archives: June 9, 2021, 7:13 a.m. Humanist 35.73 - pubs: Internet Histories 5.2

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        Date: 2021-06-08 13:20:01+00:00
        From: Asger Harlung 
        Subject: Internet Histories Vol. 5, Issue 2 now available online

The editors of Internet Histories are pleased to announce that Volume 5,
Issue 2, June 2021 is complete, and available online.

Below, please find an overview of contents.

Please also consider submitting an article to the journal, more
information about submission can be found here
http://www.tandfonline.com/action/authorSubmission?journalCode=rint20&page=instr
uctions.


This information is sent out as BCC email to contacts and messageboards
specified by the editors. It is not a newsletter, but a direct email
with information that we hope will be of interest.

Kind regards on behalf of the Internet Histories editorial team,

Asger Harlung,
Editorial Assistant,
Internet Histories

Internet Histories, Volume 5, Issue 2, June 2021
URL: https://www.tandfonline.com/toc/rint20/5/2

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Contents:

_Articles_
Networks of power. Analysing the evolution of the Danish internet
infrastructure
Sofie Flensburg & Signe Sophus Lai

Against technocratic authoritarianism. A short intellectual history of
the cypherpunk movement
Enrico Beltramini

Forensic approaches to evaluating primary sources in internet history
research: reconstructing early Web-based archival work (1989–1996)
James A. Hodges

A field comes of age: tracking research on the internet within
communication studies, 1994 to 2018
Cornelius Puschmann & Christian Pentzold

The instrumentalised user: human, computer, system
Scott Kushner

Google’s Post-IPO Development: risks, rewards, and shareholder value
Paško Bilić & Toni Prug

_Interview _
“I am an engineer and therefore a radical”: an interview with Lee
Felsenstein, from Free Speech Movement technician to Homebrew Computer
Club moderator
Julie Momméja

_Book Review _
If Then: How the Simulmatics Corporation Invented the Future
by Jill Lepore, Liveright Publishing Corporation, New York, 2020.
Hardcover, pp. 432, ISBN: 978-1-63149-610-3, $28.95
Dan M. Kotliar


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