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Travel Scholarship Recipient – Suwana

Each year, through the generous donations of AoIR conference attendees, we are able to fund several travel scholarships for junior scholars to attend the conference. We want to recognize our scholarship recipients and share with you a little bit about

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2016 Nancy Baym Book Award

The Nancy Baym Book Award for 2016 is presented to Whitney Phillips for This Is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things: Mapping the Relationship between Online Trolling and Mainstream Culture (MIT Press) (2015). The committee, which included Nancy Baym, Tama

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Early Bird Registration and Other Important AoIR2016 Updates

Hi everyone! So, I’m looking at the calendar, and I want to share with you some quick updates on our planning for AoIR 2016, and some important dates. The Conference This year’s conference theme is Internet Rules! Our diligent German

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Registration Is Open for AoIR 2016

The AoIR 2016 conference committee is delighted to announce that registration is now open for the Berlin conference, Internet Rules!, October 5-8 at Humboldt University, being hosted by our colleagues at the Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society and the

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Announcing: New Association Coordinator

It is with sadness that I announce that Courtney Bennett, AoIR’s Association Coordinator, is stepping down in her role for family reasons. She has been tremendously helpful in her time with AoIR, and we wish her much luck in her

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