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Now Available: Traces of the Old, Uses of the New

by Kelly Witchen on December 14, 2015

We are happy to announce a new title from digitalculturebooks, Traces of the Old, Uses of the New: The Emergence of Digital Literary Studies by Amy E. Earhart. This is the third book in our Editorial Theory and Literary Criticism Series. Digital Humanities remains a contested, umbrella term covering many types of work in numerous disciplines, including […]

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Now Available: Proofs of Genius

by Kelly Witchen on October 29, 2015

We are happy to announce a new title from digitalculturebooks, Proofs of Genius: Collected Editions from the American Revolution to the Digital Age by Amanda Gailey. This is the second book in our Editorial Theory and Literary Criticism Series. Proofs of Genius: Collected Editions from the American Revolution to the Digital Age is the first extensive study […]

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Now Available: Digital Samaritans

by Kelly Witchen on October 29, 2015

We are proud to announce a new title from digitalculturebooks, Digital Samaritans: Rhetorical Delivery and Engagement in the Digital Humanities by Jim Ridolfo. This is the first book in our Digital Rhetoric Collaborative Series. Digital Samaritans explores rhetorical delivery and cultural sovereignty in the digital humanities. The exigence for the book is rooted in a practical […]

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Now Available: Manifesto for the Humanities

by Kelly Witchen on October 29, 2015

We are happy to announce a new title from digitalculturebooks, Manifesto for the Humanities: Transforming Doctoral Education in Good Enough Times by Sidonie Smith. After a remarkable career in higher education that has seen her serve as the Chair of the University of Michigan English Department, the Director of the Michigan Institute for the Humanities, […]

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In honor of Open Access Week, October 18 through 25, the University of Texas at Austin’s Digital Writing and Research Lab (DWRL) will lead a collaborative annotation of James Brown’s new book Ethical Programs: Hospitality and the Rhetorics of Software using Hypothes.is. Hypothes.is is a free and open source software that allows for annotation, sentence-level […]

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Now Available: Ethical Programs

by Kelly Witchen on September 30, 2015

We are happy to announce a new title from digitalculturebooks, Ethical Programs: Hospitality and the Rhetorics of Software by James J. Brown, Jr. This is the ninth book in our Digital Humanities Series. Living in a networked world means never really getting to decide in any thoroughgoing way who or what enters your “space” (your laptop, […]

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Now Available: Tempest

by Kelly Witchen on September 1, 2015

We are happy to announce a new title from digitalculturebooks, Tempest: Geometries of Play edited by Judd E. Ruggill and Ken S. McAllister. This is the fourth book in our Landmark Video Games Series. In this book, Ruggill and McAllister enumerate and analyze Tempest’s landmark qualities, exploring the game’s aesthetics, development context, and connections to and […]

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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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