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Now Available: Digital Rhetoric

by Kelly Witchen on June 8, 2015

We are happy to announce a new title from digitalculturebooks, Digital Rhetoric: Theory, Method, Practice by Douglas Eyman. This is the seventh book in our Digital Humanities Series. The goal of Digital Rhetoric is to gather, synthesize, and critique current work that stakes a claim to “digital rhetoric” as field or methodological approach. Digital Rhetoric argues for […]

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Sidonie Smith, director of the University of Michigan Institute for the Humanities and former president of the Modern Language Association, has authored a manifesto for the transformation of doctoral education in the humanities: Anxieties about the vitality of the humanities within higher education run high. So, too, do anxieties about the evolving conditions of our […]

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Now Available: Web Writing

by Kelly Witchen on April 16, 2015

We are happy to announce a new title from digitalculturebooks, Web Writing: Why and How for Liberal Arts Teaching and Learning edited by Jack Dougherty and Tennyson O’Donnell. This is the sixth book in our Digital Humanities Series. The essays in Web Writing respond to contemporary debates over the proper role of the Internet in higher […]

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Announcing Three New digitalculturebooks Titles

by Kelly Witchen on January 28, 2015

We are excited to announce the release of three new digitalculturebooks titles. Tactics of the Human: Experimental Technics in American Fiction – Laura Shackelford Tactics of the Human: Experimental Technics in American Fiction examines the comparative perspective on digital cultures contemporary American fiction develops through the creative transposition of digital rhetorics and technological practices -such as the […]

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Now Available: American Homes

by Kelly Witchen on January 9, 2015

We are happy to announce a new title from digitalculturebooks, American Homes by Ryan Ridge. This is the fourth book in our 21st Century Prose series. American Homes incorporates poetry, prose, and various schematic devices, including dozens of illustrations by the artist Jacob Heustis, to create a cracked narrative of the domestic spaces we inhabit. American Homes is […]

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We are delighted to announce the release of a brand new digitalculturebooks series: 21st Century Prose. This series celebrates prose that breaks the rules, bends conventions, and reconfigures genre. The following 21st Century Prose titles are now available: Full Metal Jhacket by Matthew Derby Following his celebrated debut collection, Super Flat Times, Matthew Derby delivers a disturbing […]

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Now Available: The Media Welfare State

by Kelly Witchen on September 30, 2014

We are excited to announce a new title from digitalculturebooks, The Media Welfare State: Nordic Media in the Digital Era by Trine Syvertsen, Gunn Enli, Ole J. Mjøs, and Hallvard Moe. This is the sixth book in our New Media World series. The Media Welfare State is the first theoretically-driven book to comprehensively address the […]

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Announcing Interdisciplining Digital Humanities

by Kelly Witchen on August 7, 2014

We are very happy to announce a new title from digitalculturebooks, Interdisciplining Digital Humanities: Boundary Work in an Emerging Field by Julie Thompson Klein. This is the fifth book in our Digital Humanities series and explores how digital technologies and new media are changing the nature of research, teaching, and learning in the humanities. Interdisciplining […]

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Now Available: Making News at The New York Times

by Kelly Witchen on May 6, 2014

We are proud to announce a new title from digitalculturebooks, Making News at The New York Times by Nikki Usher. This is the fifth book in our New Media World series. Making News at The New York Times is the first in-depth portrait of the nation’s, if not the world’s, premier newspaper in the digital […]

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We are happy to announce the latest title from digitalculturebooks, Pastplay: Teaching and Learning History with Technology edited by Kevin Kee. Pastplay is the fourth title in our Digital Humanities series. This book, a collection of essays by leading history and humanities researchers and teachers, argues that we should play with technology in history because […]

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