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Fibreculture book series

OHP and Fibreculture Journal are pleased to announce a new book series in networked cultures. Edited by Andrew Murphie, the Fibreculture book series encourages critical and speculative interventions in discussions concerning a
wide range of topics. These include: digital and networked media and communications; new niches and new ecologies of media; transversal critique; related forms of social organisation; new transdisciplinary impulses in media; new forms of social organisation; contemporary media arts; the transdisciplinary impacts of new media
technologies and events in fields such as education, the biosciences, publishing or knowledge management.

For more information, please visit
http://openhumanitiespress.org/fibreculture-books.html

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