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Re: Submissions open for The Web that Was (June 2019, Amsterdam)

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Lucia Leao <[log in to unmask]>

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Lucia Leao <[log in to unmask]>

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Thu, 6 Sep 2018 14:11:50 -0300

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Em qui, 6 de set de 2018 às 06:29, Anne Helmond <[log in to unmask]> escreveu:

> The Web that Was: Archives, Traces, Reflections
>
> A three-day conference, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands, June
> 19-21, 2019. The third biennial RESAW (Research Infrastructure for the
> Study of Archived Web Materials) conference. Organized by the University of
> Amsterdam.
>
> *** Submissions Open ***
>
> Submissions are now open for The Web that Was (RESAW19) and you can upload
> your submission here: https://easychair.org/my/conference.cgi?conf=resaw19
> .
>
> Please read the conference-specific instructions linked at the top of the
> submission form. Help with the conference tool can be found here:
> https://easychair.org/help/how_to_submit.
>
> The deadline for submissions is October 19, 2018.
>
> *** Keynote speakers ***
>
> Megan Ankerson, Assistant Professor of Communication Studies, University of
> Michigan
> Wendy Chun, Canada 150 Research Chair, Simon Fraser University
> Florian Cramer, Professor of Applied Research, Rotterdam University of
> Applied Sciences
> Olia Lialina, Professor of New Media, Merz Akademie
> Fred Turner, Harry and Norman Chandler Professor and Chair of the
> Department of Communication, Stanford University
>
> *** Special event ***
>
> The conference will host a lecture-performance by Geert Lovink (Institute
> of Network Cultures, Hogeschool van Amsterdam) and guests on the history
> and preservation of Amsterdam’s early internet culture.
>
> *** Call for contributions ***
>
> As the first generation of web users goes grey, it’s clear that the
> internet they remember is no longer around. The early web is now simply
> another object of nostalgia. Tech anniversaries are a dime a dozen, while
> once cool digital aesthetics have made several ironic comebacks. All of
> this reinforces a sense that we’ve left behind a digital history that was
> as clunky and slow as it was idealistic and naïve.
>
> How can we rethink this relationship to the web’s past and the past web?
> This question is crucial today as the open web continues to lose ground to
> platforms and apps. How can this history be reconstructed and re-evaluated,
> and how are web archives and web histories impacted by technological
> change? What do traditional problems of preservation and historiography
> look like at scale? And what stories capture the diverse transformations
> and continuities that mark nearly 30 years of web history?
>
> There is of course no single web history, materially or conceptually
> speaking. There is instead a politics of archives, technologies and
> discourses that needs to be uncovered. How can we expand our view of web
> history beyond Silicon Valley and celebrated cases? And how can we reveal
> the technological, social and economic contexts that have shaped not just
> the present web, but how we access its past? What role do archives play in
> uncovering the histories of the web, platforms and apps, as well as their
> production and usage contexts?
>
> This conference aims to bring together scholars, archivists and artists
> interested in preserving, portraying and otherwise engaging with the web
> that was. In addition to paper submissions, we invite proposals for
> audiovisual installations, posters, software demos, or other media that
> connects to the conference themes.
>
> Submissions in the form of an abstract may relate to, but are not limited
> by, the following topics:
>
> * Web and internet histories
> * Historicizing the web and digital culture
> * Web 1.0, Web 2.0 and critiquing periodizations
> * Past futures and paths not taken
> * Platformization and the changing structure of the web
> * Social imaginaries of the early web
> * Archives and access
> * Research methods for studying the archived web
> * Methods for platform and app histories
> * Ethics of (studying) web archives
> * Technicity of web archives
> * Software histories
> * Archived audiences and histories of internet use
> * Identity, intersectionality and web history
> * Digital activism and web history
> * Histories of net criticism
> * Media industries and their online histories
> * Web histories elsewhere: forgotten and marginalized web cultures
> * Realtime, time travel and other web temporalities
> * Future histories and the archive of tomorrow
>
> *** Submissions ***
>
> Submissions are welcomed from all fields and disciplines, and we would
> particularly encourage postgraduate students and early career researchers
> to participate.
>
> * Individual papers of 20 minutes length (750-word abstract and a short
> author bio of 100-150 words).
> * Panel sessions consisting of three individual papers, introduced by a
> chair (750-word abstract for each paper, a brief description of 300 words
> of the purpose of the panel, and a short author bio of 100-150 words for
> each speaker).
> * Posters, demonstrations, and audio/video/interactive installations (short
> abstract of no more than 500 words, a list of A/V or other requirements,
> and a short author bio of 100-150 words)
> * Workshops (a 500-word rationale for the workshop, including discussion of
> why the topic lends itself to a workshop format, and a short author bio of
> 100-150 words for the workshop organiser(s)).
>
> Acceptance will be on the basis of double-blind peer review.
>
> *** Timetable ***
>
> May 2018 – dates out
> June 2018 – first call for papers
> July 2018 – second call for papers
> August 2018 – third call for papers
> September 2018 – final call for papers and submissions open
> 19 October 2018 – deadline submission of abstracts
> December 2018 – notification of acceptance
> 19–21 June 2019 – conference
>
> *** Organizing Committee ***
>
> Anne Helmond, University of Amsterdam, NL
> Michael Stevenson, University of Amsterdam, NL
>
> In collaboration with the RESAW Conference Committee:
> Niels Brügger, Aarhus University, DK (organiser 2015)
> Jane Winters, University of London, UK (organiser 2017)
> Valérie Schafer, University of Luxembourg, LU (coming organiser 2021)
>
> *** Program Committee ***
>
> Susan Aasman, University of Groningen, NL
> Gerard Alberts, University of Amsterdam, NL
> Megan Ankerson, University of Michigan, USA
> Anat Ben-David, The Open University of Israel, IL
> Josephine Bosma, independent art critic and theorist, NL
> Sally Chambers, Ghent University, BE
> Frédéric Clavert, C2DH Luxembourg
> Annet Dekker, University of Amsterdam, NL
> Matthew Fuller, Goldsmiths, UK
> Sophie Gebeil, Aix-Marseille University, FR
> Robert W. Gehl, University of Utah, USA
> Daniel Gomes, arquivo.pt, PT
> Stefania Milan, University of Amsterdam, NL
> Ian Milligan, University of Waterloo, CA
> Francesca Musiani, CNRS, FR
> Claude Mussou, Ina, FR
> Janne Nielsen, Aarhus University, DK
> Camille Paloque-Berges, CNAM, FR
> Thomas Poell, University of Amsterdam, NL
> Bernhard Rieder, University of Amsterdam, NL
> Marta Severo, University of Paris Nanterre, FR
> Kees Teszelszky, Koninklijke Bibliotheek/Royal Library, NL
> Fred Turner, Stanford University, USA
> Peter Webster, Webster Research & Consulting, UK
> Katrin Weller, GESIS Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences, DE
>
> *** Sponsors ***
>
> The conference is financed in part by the Netherlands Organisation for
> Scientific Research (NWO) as part of the research program Innovational
> Research Incentives Scheme Veni in connection with the projects “The Web
> that Was” (275-45-006) and “App ecosystems: A critical history of apps”
> (275-45-009).
>
> *** Contact ***
>
> Website: https://www.thewebthatwas.net
> Email: [log in to unmask]
>
> ---
>
> Dr. Anne Helmond | Assistant Professor of New Media and Digital Culture
> University of Amsterdam | Turfdraagsterpad 9 | 1012 XT  Amsterdam | The
> Netherlands
> http://www.uva.nl/profile/a.helmond | http://www.annehelmond.nl/ |
> @silvertje
>
> Highlighted publication:
>
> Helmond, Anne. 2015. “The Platformization of the Web: Making Web Data
> Platform Ready.” Social Media + Society 1 (2).
> doi:10.1177/2056305115603080.
>
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