I am frequently contacted by press and by colleagues who ask me to define commercial content moderation, or CCM. In order to do so, it is also necessary to discuss social media content moderation, more generally - all of which leads to a need to historicize these practices in the larger history of the Internet.… Continue reading What is content moderation? What is CCM?
“How about a nice game of chess?” An Interview with Stephanie Ricker Schulte, author of “Cached”
Sarah T. Roberts: Stephanie, thanks so much for taking time to talk with the HASTAC community about your excellent new book, Cached: Decoding the Internet in Popular Culture. I think this book will speak to many different kinds of people involved with HASTAC, given its interdisciplinary nature and its locus at the intersection of policy, history,… Continue reading “How about a nice game of chess?” An Interview with Stephanie Ricker Schulte, author of “Cached”
Tenure-track Assistant Professor, Program in Comparative Media Studies, MIT
MIT's Program in Comparative Media Studies in the School of Humanities, Arts and Social Science is seeking a tenure-track assistant professor of media studies to start in the Fall of 2011. Candidates should have a Ph.D. with a record of significant publication (or the promise thereof), research activity and/or experience relevant to civic media. Relevant… Continue reading Tenure-track Assistant Professor, Program in Comparative Media Studies, MIT
Call: History of the Present, a new journal of critical history
History of the Present, a Journal of Critical History is a new peer-reviewed journal published by the University of Illinois Press. The editors (Joan Wallach Scott, Andrew Aisenberg, Brian Connolly, Ben Kakfa, Sylvia Schafer and Mrinalini Sinha) invite submissions that approach history as a critical endeavor for publication in volume 2 number 1 (summer 2012).… Continue reading Call: History of the Present, a new journal of critical history