The digitization of culture writ large — and the archive in particular — necessitates a reevaluation of the study of both media history and mediated history. How does the transformation of the past into ones and zeroes affect our conception and study of history? Who owns and operates the digital archive? What is lost in the continual upgrade of technology?
MEDIASCAPE is seeking articles that explore new, neglected, or underdeveloped areas in the field of "Digital History" within all areas of media studies. Topics may included, but are not limited to: