The Archived Web (MIT Press)
Friday, 01 December 2023

Subtitled "Doing History in the Digital Age", this book offers an original methodological framework for approaching the web of the past, both as a source and as an object of study in its own right. Niels Brügger approaches the archived web as a semiotic, textual system in order to offer the first book-length treatment of its scholarly use.

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The book identifies characteristics of the online web that are significant now for scholars, investigates how the online web became the archived web, and explores how the particular digitality of the archived web can affect a historian's research process.

Author: Niels Brügger
Publisher: MIT Press
Date: October 2023
Pages: 198
ISBN: 978-0262549714
Print: 0262549719
Kindle: B08BT5LXBG
Audience: General
Level: Introductory
Category: History

 

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