Sunday, April 30, 2006

new reviews in cyberculture studies (may 2006)

[via RCCS] a diverse new set of book reviews for may 2006:

Andoni Alonso and Iñaki Arzoz, Basque Cyberculture: From Digital Euskadi to Cybereuskalherria (University of Nevada, Reno: Center for Basque Studies, 2006).
    Reviewed by Loykie Lominé, who works at the University of Winchester (England) where he is Programme Director for the MA in Cultural and Arts Management.

    Author Response by Andoni Alonso, who is a professor of philosophy at Universidad de Extremadura, Spain.

Eugene Thacker, Biomedia (University of Minnesota Press, 2004).
    Reviewed by Pramod K. Nayar, who teaches English at the University of Hyderabad, India and is author of Reading Culture: Theory, Praxis, Politics (Sage 2006) and Virtual Worlds: Culture and Politics in the Age of Cybertechnology (Sage 2004).

    Author Response by Eugene Thacker, who is an assistant professor in the School of Literature, Communication, & Culture at Georgia Institute of Technology.

May Thorseth, editor, Applied Ethics in Internet Research (Trondheim, Norway: NTNU University Press, 2003).
    Reviewed by Ted M. Coopman, who is a Ph.D. candidate in Communication at the University of Washington, Seattle.

i really like the diversity in topics (basque cyberculture, bio media, internet ethics) and in nationalities of reviewer and reviewed (england, india, norway, spain, and the US).

hey, please help: i am looking for new media / digital media / cyberculture / contemporary media books and anthologies published a) in countries outside the US and b) in languages other than english. if you know of one, or have written/edited one, please use the comments to suggest it and i'll do my best to have it reviewed.


At 4/30/2006 4:22 PM, Anonymous bea said...

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At 5/04/2006 5:43 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Forgive me if you've already addressed these key Australian new media texts: Interzone & Prefiguring Cyberculture. See:


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