On web history and the archived web

2018 (forthcoming): ‘Lessons from cross-border religion in the Northern Irish web sphere: understanding the limitations of the ccTLD as a proxy for the national web’ in Niels Brügger & Ditte Laursen, The Historical Web and Digital Humanities: the Case of National Web domains (Routledge)

2018: ‘Religion and Web history’ in Niels Brügger and Ian Milligan (eds), The Sage Handbook to Web History (Sage), pp.479-90 [see a summary]

2018: ‘Existing Web archives’ in Niels Brügger and Ian Milligan (eds), The Sage Handbook to Web History (Sage), pp.30-41. [See a summary ].

2018: ‘Technology, ethics and religious language: early Anglophone Christian reactions to “cyberspace”, Internet Histories

2017: ‘Users, technologies, organisations: towards a cultural history of world web archiving’ in Niels Brügger (ed.), Web 25: histories from the first 25 years of the World Wide Web (Peter Lang) [See the free PDF ]

2017: ‘Digital contemporary history: sources, methods, tools, issues’, Temp: Tidsskrift for Historie 14 (2017), 30-7. [ PDF ]

2017: ‘Religious discourse in the archived web: Rowan Williams, archbishop of Canterbury, and the sharia law controversy of 2008’ in The Web as History: the first two decades (edited by Niels Brügger and Ralph Schroeder, Open Access with UCL Press).

On Open Access

2012: ‘Humanities left behind in the dash for open access’, Research Fortnight 25 July

2012:  SAS Open Journals project report (JISC)

2011: Open Access journal publishing in the arts and humanities: a workshop report 

User research and impact

2011: The Impact and Embedding of an Established Resource: British History Online as a Case Study (JISC)