SAGE Handbook of Web history

This new book, which promises to become an essential starting point for scholars of the Web, is now published. It contains 40 chapters: some historiographical, theoretical and methodological, and others on concrete case studies.

Our own Peter Webster contributed two chapters. The first, ‘Existing Web archives‘, provides an essential orientation to the web archives around the world that are currently available to researchers: how they came into being, at whose hands, and how they may be found and used.

The second sets out an agenda for the future of the religious history of the Web.

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