[Humanist] 24.681 new book series: Scholarship in the Digital Age

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                 Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 24, No. 681.
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        Date: Wed, 2 Feb 2011 09:25:48 +1100
        From: Dr Paul Arthur <paul.arthur at anu.edu.au>
        Subject: Anthem Scholarship in the Digital Age


New Book Series in Digital Scholarship

Anthem Scholarship in the Digital Age <http://www.anthempress.com/index.php/subject-areas/browse-by-series/academic-and-professional-publishing/anthem-scholarship-in-the-digital-age.html>,
a new book series launched by innovative independent academic publisher
Anthem Press (London and New York), will examine the global impact of new
media and technology on knowledge and society. Tracing transformations in
communication, education and research, and the interplay between theory and
practice, titles in this series will demonstrate the far-reaching effects of
the digital revolution across disciplines, cultures and languages.

 The global focus is represented by series editors in USA, UK, Europe and
Australia: Paul Arthur (Australian National University), Tara Brabazon
(University of Brighton, UK), Willard McCarty (Kings College London, UK),
Tara McPherson (University of Southern California, USA) and Patrik Svensson
(Umeå University, Sweden).

Editorial board members include: Edward Ayers (University of Richmond, USA),
Katherine Hayles (Duke University, USA), Marsha Kinder (University of
Southern California, USA), Mark Kornbluh (University of Kentucky, USA),
Lewis Lancaster (University of California, Berkeley, USA), Janet Murray
(Georgia Institute of Technology, USA), Peter Robinson (University of
Saskatchewan, Canada), Geoffrey Rockwell (University of Alberta, Canada),
Marie-Laure Ryan (University of Colorado, Boulder, USA) and Paul Turnbull
(University of Queensland, Australia).

Further information on this series is available
online<http://www.anthempress.com/index.php/subject-areas/browse-by-series/academic-and-professional-publishing/anthem-scholarship-in-the-digital-age.html>,
and guidelines for prospective authors can be found
here http://www.anthempress.com/index.php/authors.html#a-3 .
We welcome submissions of proposals for challenging and original works that
meet the criteria of this series. Please contact us at:
proposal at wpcpress.com.
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