Contemporary history of Europe

Roundtable “Vernacular web, personal pages, online communities”

Main co-organiser of the Early Scholars Spring School on Web Archives

At a glance…
Dates: from April 23 at 9.00 am to April 24 at 5.30 pm
Location: Centre Internet et Société, CNRS, 59-61 rue Pouchet, PARIS
Expected attendance: 15 master’s and PhD students (also open to post-doctoral researchers who just started to work with web archives)
Topics & activities: keynotes, roundtable discussions, site visits (at BnF Datalab and Ina THEQUE), tools and data exploration, Q&A sessions, and lightning talks by PhD students.

The concept of the Spring School on Web Archives emerged from the RESAW conference held in Marseille in June 2023. IIPC WAC24 was a natural next step to make this Spring School become a reality, spanning two days to minimize travel costs for early scholars and also providing a unique opportunity to facilitate discussion with major international stakeholders both in the academic and professional fields.

The Spring School aims to create a dynamic and engaging environment, fostering knowledge exchange, and building connections among the next generation of scholars in the field of web archives.

Participant to the roundtable “Vernacular web, personal pages, online communities” (chaired by Clément Oury, Muséum national d’histoire naturelle)

With Ian Milligan (University of Waterloo), Emmanuelle Bermès (École nationale des Chartes), Alexandre Faye (BnF), Valérie Schafer (C2DH, University of Luxembourg)

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