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Cultural studies of digital media

This section contains readings and resources relating to research and criticism of digital media culture.

Aarseth, Espen 1997. Cybertext. Perspectives on Ergodic Literature. Baltimore and London: The Johns Hopkins University Press.

Bolter, Jay David & Grusin, Richard 1999. Remediation. Understanding New Media. Cambridge and Massachusetts: The MIT Press.

Bosma, Josephine; Broekman, Pauline van Mourik; Byfield, Ted; Fuller, Matthew; Lovink Geert; McCarty, Diana; Schultz, Pit; Stalder, Felix; Wark, McKenzie and Wilding, Faith 1999. Readme! Readme! Readme! Ascii culture and the revenge of knowledge. Brooklyn N.Y.: Autonomedia.

Davis, Erik 1998. Techgnosis. Myth, magic + mysticism in the age of information. New York: Harmony Books.

Druckrey, Timothy (ed.) 1996. Electronic Culture. Technology and Visual Representation. New York: Aperture.

Hershman Leeson, Lynn (ed.) 1996. Clicking in : Hot Links to a Digital Culture. Bay Press.

Lunenfeld, Peter (ed.) 1999. The Digital Dialectic. New Essays on New Media. Cambridge Massachusetts: The MIT Press.

Manovich, Lev 2001. The Language of New Media. Cambridge Massachusetts: The MIT Press.

Morse, Margaret 1998. Virtualities : Television, Media Art, and Cyberculture. Bloomington and Indianapolis: Indiana University Press.

Weibel, Peter and Druckrey, Timothy (eds.) 2001. net_condition: art and global media. Cambridge Massachusetts: The MIT Press.


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