2018 AoIR Nancy Baym Book Award

We are pleased to call for nominations for the Nancy Baym Annual Book Award. Named after former Association of Internet Researchers (AoIR) president Nancy Baym, this award recognizes the best scholarship of AoIR and highlights the breadth of work relating to the sociocultural dimensions of networked media. We will accept nominations from AoIR members for books they found of great scholarly value and wish to champion. The books will be reviewed by a committee of Nicholas John, Helen Kennedy, Jeff Hemsley, and chaired by Nancy Baym.

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Late AoIR 2018 Submissions due to UK Universities Strike

AoIR is aware that many of our UK-based colleagues are currently on strike, and may have difficulties meeting the 1 March submission deadline for AoIR 2018 conference submissions. If your plans to submit a proposal to the conference are affected by the strike, please contact the AoIR 2018 Programme Chair Andrew Herman (AoIRConfChair [at] aoir [dot] org) to arrange for a brief extension to the submission deadline. We will do what we can to accommodate you.

AoIR 2018 Dissertation Award Nominations

The Association of Internet Researchers calls for submissions for the 2018 AoIR Dissertation Award. To be eligible for the AoIR Dissertation Award, a PhD dissertation in the area of internet research must have been filed in the 2017 calendar year. Nominations (self and other) must be received by 15 April 2018. All methods and disciplines are welcome.
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