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Editorial Information

Managing Editor:
Niels Brügger,  Aarhus University, Denmark

Editors:
Gerard Goggin, University of Sydney, Australia
Valérie Schafer, C2DH, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Ian Milligan, University of Waterloo, Canada


Reviews Editor:
Federico Nanni, University of Mannheim, Germany

 

 

Internet Histories

About the Journal

Internet Histories embraces empirical as well as theoretical and methodological studies within the field of the history of the internet broadly conceived — from early computer networks, Usenet and Bulletin Board Systems, to everyday Internet with the web through the emergence of new forms of internet with mobile phones and tablet computers, social media, and the internet of things. The journal will also provide the premier outlet for cutting-edge research in the closely related area of histories of digital cultures.

A hallmark of the journal is its desire to publish and catalyse research and scholarly debate on the development, forms, and histories of the internet internationally, across the full global range of countries, regions, cultures, and communities.

Helping you Publish your Research

We aim to make publishing with Taylor & Francis a rewarding experience for all our authors. Please visit our Author Services website for more information and guidance, and do contact us if there is anything we can help with!

Submission Instructions

To submit an article, please visit this page.

Why publish in Internet Histories?

  • Make a significant impact. Internet Histories is a well-established and highly respected journal.
  • Grow your readership. The journal has wide readership across the globe.
  • Be an established author in your field. Essays published in Internet Histories range across global and internetworked nature of the digital world as well as situated histories that account for diverse local contexts.
  • Broaden your reach. Internet Histories represents research on the cultural, social, political and technological histories of the internet and associated digital cultures.

Why publish with Routledge?

In addition to publishing in this prestigious benefits authors will be able to:

  • Validate your research through a double-blind peer review process;
  • Increase your opportunities for future collaboration;
  • Share your research with 50 free e-prints and tips on promoting your article courtesy of our Author Resources site;
  • Immediately see the impact of your research made in the community: track downloads, citations, and the Altmetric Score of your article on My Authored Works;
  • and much more!