This Wednesday at 2.15 pm, Unn Kristin Daling from the Norwegian Internet History project will be giving a guest lecture at our department, discussing methodological issues that arise when dealing with source material for such a project. She will address questions such as the following: “Is there a Norwegian Internet? What is Norwegian Internet history? Who owns this history? Where are the sources?” The guest lecture arranged by Hilde Corneliussen and will take place in room 264 in the humanities building (HF-bygget).

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