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To date, few books have explored the links between the Digital Humanities and studies of the world wide web of the past. This volume fills this gap by providing a number of case studies that can both illustrate the potential of studying the web and serve as an inspiration to scholars who want to connect the Digital Humanities and web historiography.
The focus is on two interdependent topics. On a general level it is about the interplay between Digital Humanities and web studies, and web historiography in particular; but it also focuses on a specific type of web historiography, namely the study of (trans)national web domains.