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  • From: "Camille Paloque-Berges" (camillepaloqueberges AT gmail.com) <athena AT services.cnrs.fr>
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  • Subject: [ATHENA] Appel à contributions revue Internet histories : Arpanet (1969-2019)
  • Date: Mon, 29 May 2017 09:53:05 +0200
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Cher.e.s collègues, 

Vous trouverez ci-dessous un appel à articles de la revue Internet histories dédié à l’histoire d'Arpanet dont nous espérons qu’il sera susceptible de vous intéresser. 

Très cordialement, 

Camille Paloque-Berges et Valérie Schafer 



Camille Paloque-Berges & Valérie Schafer (ed.) 

 

Special issue of Internet Histories. Digital Technology, Culture and Society.

  

This call for papers aims at revisiting the history of ARPANET, its genesis, development, heritage, memories and the writing of its history 50 years after the first four nodes came into service.

ARPANET’s story is today part of the Internet’s official heritage, as a first crucial step in its development. Seminal research, such as Janet Abbate’s Inventing the Internet (1999) or Alexandre Serres’ Aux sources d’Internet: l’émergence d’ARPANET (2000) has extensively covered its history. However, the 50th anniversary of ARPANET provides an occasion to reflect on existing histories, to open the debate to new perspectives and approaches.  

What have these pioneering researchers provided and what lessons have they taught us in terms of studying the history of computer networks? When considering ARPANET as a first step towards the Internet: how did this determine – and is still determining – our current understanding of the Internet and of the ARPANET? What other chronologies and territories involving the ARPANET can be advanced? What is left to explore and discover in the ARPANET’s history? If the ARPANET is dead today, are its heritage and spirit still alive and if so, how?


Suggested topics: 

-       The ARPANET’s inspirations:  previous concepts, models, theories, technologies

-       Development of computer networks from the mid-1960s to the mid-1980s: society, culture, politics and economics in the ARPANET’s times (from a local, national and international perspective)

-       The place of ARPANET in the history of ARPA/DARPA or funding agencies more generally

-       The place of ARPANET within the history of military networks

-       Trajectories of ARPANET’s developments: from experiments to achievements, through mistakes and failures

-       ARPANET’s communities: from developers to users

-       ARPANET’s hardware and software within the history of computers and computing 

-       Famous and less-known protagonists or witnesses of ARPANET 

-       Spaces, places, maps, territories, geographies, and geopolitics of ARPANET

-       Communicating with, through, and about ARPANET 

-       ARPANET as a model: reception and influence on other networks and/or in other countries

-       ARPANET’s governance and architecture

-       ARPANET and infrastructures for digital information

-       ARPANET’s cultures: perimeters, specificities, limits …

-       The history of networks shaping collaborative work

-       Writing ARPANET’s history: critical historiography, methodology, epistemological issues

-       New discoveries in the history of ARPANET

-       ARPANET’s heritage in the present Internet and digital cultures

 

Of course, we encourage and welcome other topics and perspectives on ARPANET’s history too. 

  

 Submissions

The proposals are to be submitted to 

camillepaloqueberges AT gmail.com

valerieschafer AT wanadoo.fr

explicitly mentioning CFP ARPANET

 

They need to fit in one page, detail an explicit angle of analysis and outline, and integrate a short bibliography. 

Successful authors will be invited to submit then a full paper through the editorial system, which will undergo full peer review and will determine acceptance of papers for publication.

 

Calendar

Deadline for the submission of proposals: October 15th 2017 

Notification of proposal acceptance: November 15th 2017 

Submissions of the full paper (6000-8000 words): April 15th 2018 

Feedback based on reviews: June 30th 2018 

Deadline for Revisions: October 15th 2018

 

Internet Histories: Digital Technology, Culture and Society is an international, inter-disciplinary peer-reviewed journal concerned with research on the cultural, social, political and technological histories of the internet and associated digital cultures.

 

More information on the journal can be found at 

http://www.tandfonline.com/action/journalInformation?show=aimsScope&journalCode=rint20

 

Instructions for Authors are available at

http://www.tandfonline.com/action/authorSubmission?show=instructions&journalCode=rint20#Word_limits

 

Should you have any questions regarding this CfP, please feel free to contact us: 

camillepaloqueberges AT gmail.com

valerieschafer AT wanadoo.fr

 



















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Institutional email address : camille.paloque_berges AT cnam.fr
*Laboratory for the History of Techno-Sciences (HT2S), Conservatoire national des arts et métiers, 2 rue Conté, 75003 Paris, France
*Associate researcher at the Digital Paths cluster of CNRS' Institute for Communication Sciences (ISCC) 


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