Emerging Media: History, Theory, Narrative

Moving beyond the reductive and ambiguous conclusions that new media is either utopian or dystopian, the Emerging Media: History, Theory, Narrative series edited by Daniel Bernardi, will situate emerging media in the context of history, art, and theory. Books in the series will address the fact that new media is shaped by specific historic currents, from the history of communication technologies, to the history of mass entertainment, to the tradition-bound practices of multimedia design. These historical underpinnings of new media forms will also engage the insights of artists, storytellers, and theorists.

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Film, Trauma, and the Holocaust

Joshua Hirsch

232 pages
6 x 9
23 halftones

PB: 978-1-59213-209-6 $30.95 Dec 03
HC: 978-1-59213-208-9 $81.50 Dec 03
Ebook: 978-1-4399-0395-7 $30.95 Dec 03

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Global Television

Co-Producing Culture

Barbara Selznick

224 pages
5.5 x 8.25
8 halftones

PB: 978-1-59213-504-2 $30.95 Jun 08
HC: 978-1-59213-503-5 $81.50 Jun 08
Ebook: 978-1-59213-505-9 $30.95 Jun 08