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TheoryEdit

Cybertheory (web archive link) - Sam Choi, Jack Lynch, and Mark Shanaman, English, University of Pennsylvania (1996)

Postmodernism and the Culture of Cyberspace - Jay Clayton, English, Vanderbilt University (1996)

Baudrillard and the Problem of Simulation (web archive link) - Victor J. Vitanza, English, University of Texas - Arlington (1995)

MethodsEdit

Pathways to Meaning - Annette Markham, Lori Kendall, Aarhus University (2013)

Culture & SocietyEdit

Cultures and Politics of the Internet - Alexander Halavais, School of Social and Behavioral Sciences, Arizona State University (2013)

Information and Communication Revolution - Manfred Kuechler, Sociology, Hunter College (CUNY) (1996)

Digital Culture (web archive link) - David Rodowick, Humanities, Cornell University (1996)

Culture and Communication on the Internet (web archive link) - Lucia Ruedenberg-Wright, Communications, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem (1996)

Analyzing Internet Culture (web archive link) - Geoffrey Sauer, English, Carnegie Mellon University (1996)

Anthropology, Cyberspace, and the Internet - Charles F. Urbanowicz, Anthropology, California State University, Chico (1996)

Design and Communication in Modern Culture (web archive link) - Robbie McClintock & Kim Taipale, Teachers College, Columbia University (1995)

Sociology of Cyberspace (web archive link) - Leonardo Salamini, Sociology, Bradley University (1995)

Electronic Culture (web archive link) - Gregory Ulmer , English, University of Florida (1995)


Politics and PolicyEdit

Imagining the Future: The Politics and Possibilities of Emerging Information Technology (web archive link) - Ted Friedman, Literature, Duke University (1996)

Economy of Digital Infrastructure Mitch Kapor, Media Arts and Sciences, MIT Political Economy of Digital Infrastructure (web archive link) - Mitch Kapor, Media Arts and Sciences, MIT (1995)

EthicsEdit

Computer Ethics (web archive link) - Fergus Duniho , Philosophy, University of Rochester (1996)

Ethics for Cyberspace - Bruce Umbaugh, Philosophy, Webster University (1996)

Writing and LiteratureEdit

Writing to the World Wide Web (web archive link) - Michael Doherty, Language, Literature and Communication, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (1996)

Cyber-Lit (web archive link) - Markman Ellis, English and Drama, University of London (1996)

Hypermedia: Visualizing the Internet (web archive link) - James D. Foley & Andreas Dieberger, Computer Science, Georgia Tech University (1996)

Electronic Text - Michael Hancher, English, University of Minnesota (1996)

Hypertext and Literature - Brenda Silver, English, Darthmouth University (1996)

Computers and Writing (web archive link) - Daniel Anderson, Computer Writing and Research Labs, University of Texas at Austin (1995)

Interpreting Cyberspace (web archive link) - Susan Garfinkel, English, University of Pennsylvania (1995)

Electronic Text - Michael Hancher, English, University of Minnesota (1995)

Advanced Seminar: Hypertext - Adrian Miles, Communication Studies, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia (1995)


Marketing & BusinessEdit

Marketing and the Internet - John M. McCann, Business, Duke University (1996)

Communication / CMCEdit

Communication Issues in Cyberspace (web archive org) - Deb Aikat, Journalism and Mass Communication, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (1996)

Communication and Technology - Ben Attias, Speech Communication, California State University Northridge (1996)


Computer-mediated Communication (web archive link) -Robbie McClintock & Kim Taipale, Teachers College, Columbia University (1995)

PsychologyEdit

Psychology and Technology - Sherry Turkle, Science, Technology, and Society, MIT (1995)