Subject: New media, digital humanities, and information sciences

New media, digital humanities, and information studies

“Our books empower readers across a wide range of disciplines, including media studies, communications, critical data studies, history of science and technology, cultural studies, and other areas of the social sciences and humanities, as they grapple with the social, political, and economic upheavals brought about by emerging technologies such as cryptocurrencies and blockchain technologies, VR, automation, and the increasing prevalence of AI.”
Justin Kehoe, Department Manager and Acquisitions Editor, Sound Studies and Computer Music; Culture and Technology


Alfredo Thiermann Riesco

Living Surfaces

Abelardo Gil-Fournier, Jussi Parikka

The Future Is Present

Philip Glahn, Cary Levine

Designed for Success

Janet Borgerson, Jonathan Schroeder


Erik Davis

Imagining Transmedia

Ed Finn, Bob Beard, Joey Eschrich, Ruth Wylie

Digital Lethargy

Tung-Hui Hu

Tactical Publishing

Alessandro Ludovico, Nick Montfort


Diana Kamin

The Perception Machine

Joanna Zylinska

Distant Viewing

Taylor Arnold, Lauren Tilton

Archive Everything

Gabriella Giannachi

Illusions in Motion

Erkki Huhtamo

Real Life in Real Time

Johanna Brewer, Bo Ruberg, Amanda L. L. Cullen, Christopher J. Persaud


Kat Mustatea, Charlotte Kent, Arielle Saiber

The Sound of Innovation

Andrew J. Nelson

The Rhythmic Event

Eleni Ikoniadou

Life in Media

Mark Deuze

Picture Research

Nina Lager Vestberg

Media Ruins

Margaret Jack

Prison Media

Anne Kaun, Fredrik Stiernstedt

The Digital Closet

Alexander Monea, Violet Blue

Managing Meaning in Ukraine

Göran Bolin, Per Ståhlberg

The Science-Music Borderlands

Elizabeth H. Margulis, Psyche Loui, Deirdre Loughridge


Sophie Hamacher, Jessica Hankey

To Know Is to Compare

Mora Matassi, Pablo J. Boczkowski

More than a Glitch

Meredith Broussard

Creative Hustling

Robin Steedman

The Digital Environment

Pablo J. Boczkowski, Eugenia Mitchelstein