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Jul192016

Digital Humanities and Digital Media: Conversations on Politics, Culture, Aesthetics and Literacy - new book from OHP

We are delighted to announce a new book in the Fibreculture Books series.

Roberto Simanowski's Digital Humanities and Digital Media: Conversations on Politics, Culture, Aesthetics and Literacy.

With Johanna Drucker, John Cayley, Erick Fellinto, Ulrik Ekman, Mihai Nadin, Nick Montfort, Rodney Jones, Diane Favro, Kathleen Komar, Todd Presner, Willeke Wendrich, N. Katherine Hayles, Jay David Bolter and Bernard Stiegler.

In this lively and engaging book, Roberto Simanowski interviews key figures in the Digital Humanities, shedding new light on the intersections between digital humanities, digital media studies and the current state of digital media development. Simanowski is a skilled interviewer who strikes a good balance between allowing digressions and unexpected directions, while focusing the discussions on shared key points.'
The pdf and online versions of the book are of course available for free:
 

Our thanks to Andrew Murphie (Series editor) and Athina Karatzogianni (Title editor).
Sigi, David, Gary

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