Student Paper Award for #AoIR2023

The 2023 AoIR Student Paper Award has been awarded to Nermin Elsherif for her paper “The Not-so-revolutionary Facebook: Nostalgia and the return to a centralized state.” Specifically, we selected this paper because of the author's use of multi-year ethnographic...

AoIR 2023 Flashpoint Symposium

On Thursday, 15 June 2023, AoIR held its third Flashpoint Symposium, and the first since the COVID-19 lockdowns. The symposium, Speculating at the End (?) of Times, was held in the remarkable Riot Studio in Naples, Italy, and was organized by Prof. Adam Arvidsson of...

2023 AoIR Dissertation Award Nominations

The Association of Internet Researchers calls for submissions for the 2023 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 2022 calendar year. Nominations (self...

2023 Nancy Baym Book Award Nominations

We are pleased to call for nominations for the Nancy Baym Annual Book Award. This award recognizes the best scholarship of the Association of Internet Researchers, and highlights the breadth of work relating to the social and cultural dimensions of networked media. To...