CfP: Book on Online Virality

The book Online Virality, edited by Valérie Schafer and Fred Pailler within the frame of the HIVI Project (https://hivi.uni.lu), aims to focus on the many ways we may think about online virality, historicise it and analyse the circulation, reception, evolution of viral born-digital content. Virality, information circulation and content sharing always intertwine a heterogeneous arrangement of material, … Continued

The VIRAL seminar (season 2)

During the 2022-2023 academic year, the VIRAL seminar will continue to focus on the many ways we may think about online virality and analyse the circulation of born-digital content. The seminar will offer an interdisciplinary overview of virality, digital cultures, circulations and traces. It includes three main presentation types: analysis of corpora, methodological considerations, and … Continued

Workshop Mémologie, May 6, 2022

Vous ❤️ les mèmes ? Vous êtes admin de neurchi, chercheur.e, journaliste ou autre ? Voici notre workshop le 6 mai prochain, en ligne, pour échanger sur les pratiques, les réflexions et la création de mèmes. Rejoignez-nous pour intervenir, animer ou assister à cette journée ! 🥳 pic.twitter.com/ZkLnhjdo8V — Albin Wagener (@albinwagener) March 28, 2022

Memetic cultures and museums

Arran John Rees, “Collecting Online Memetic Cultures: how tho“, Museum & Society, vol. 19, n°2, 2021, pp. 199-219. Abstract: Using insights gained from reflexive dyadic interviews undertaken as part of ongoing action research, this article positions memes as new and emerging objects of digital cultural heritage and begins to work through the implications of collecting … Continued

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