First Monday

First Monday is one of the first openly accessible, peer–reviewed journals solely devoted to research about the Internet. First Monday has published 1,789 papers in 268 issues, written by 2,491 different authors, over the past 22 years. No subscription fees, no submission fees, no advertisements, no fundraisers, no walls.

This month: September 2018
Special issue — Histories and cultures of emoji vernaculars
This special issue, curated by Joel Gn and Crystal Abidin, provides an investigation of the uses and impacts of emoji within the domains of culture, race, language, and art and commerce. Considering the broader socio-cultural implications of emoji and the various ways that emoji negotiate and mediate the tenuous boundary between art and application, eight papers draw from disciplines including media studies and communications, sociology and digital anthropology, literary studies and art history, and philosophy.



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