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Software Studies series relaunch
Wendy Hui Kyong Chun, Winnie Soon, and Jichen Zhu have joined founding editor Noah Wardrip-Fruin to revamp the series to integrate a wide range of disciplines, including mathematics, critical race theory, software art, and queer theory.
Quanta wins 2022 Pulitzer Prize in Explanatory Reporting
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Spotlight: The MIT Press Essential Knowledge series
Content by Kate Eichhorn
From the time we roll out of bed to check overnight updates to our last posts, likes, and views of the previous day, we’re consuming and producing content. But what does the term “content” even mean? Kate Eichhorn offers a concise introduction to content and the content industry, examining the far-reaching effects content has on culture, politics, and labor in a digital age.
The MIT Press Essential Knowledge series offers accessible, concise, beautifully produced books on topics of current interest. Written by leading thinkers, the books in this series deliver expert overviews of subjects that range from the cultural and the historical to the scientific and the technical.