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The bones of digital history / Gary Osmond and Murray G. Phillips -- Part 1. Digital history and the archive. The library's role in developing web-based sport history resources / Wayne Wilson -- Sport history and digital archives in practice / Martin Johnes and Bob Nicholson -- Part 2. Digital history as archive. @www.olympic.org.nz: organizational websites, e-spaces, and sport history / Geoffery Z. Kohe -- "Dear collective brain . . .": social media as a research tool in sport history / Mike Cronin -- Into the digital era: sport history, teaching and learning, and Web 2.0 / Tara Magdalinski -- "Get excited people!": Online fansites and the circulation of the past in the preseason hopes of sports followers / Matthew Klugman -- Interactivity, blogs, and the ethics of doing sport history / Rebecca Olive -- Death, mourning, and cultural memory on the internet: the virtual memorialization of fallen sports heroes / Holly Thorpe -- Part 3. Digital history is history. On the nature of sport: a treatise in light of universality and digital culture / Synthia Sydnor -- Who's afraid of the internet? Swimming in an infinite archive / Fiona McLachlan and Douglas Booth -- Digital history flexes its muscle / Murray G. Phillips and Gary Osmond.
Table of Contents for: Sport history in the digital era