Following is the second in our series of interviews with authors of books in the dcb sphere. For more about the Poetry’s Afterlife book and for ordering information, check out the book’s page on our site and on the University of Michigan Press’ main site.
In conjunction with the launch of the UM Series in Digital Humanities, the University of Michigan and the Humanities, Arts, Science, and Technology Advanced Collaboratory (HASTAC) are pleased to announce the UM Press/HASTAC Digital Humanities Publication Prize. The prize will be awarded for an innovative and important project that displays a critical and rigorous engagement in the field of Digital Humanities. ... read more »
We are pleased to announce a new series, digitalhumanities @ digitalculturebooks. The series editors are Julie Thompson Klein (Wayne State University), Tara McPherson (University of Southern California) and Tom Finholt (University of Michigan). The series advisory board members are Cathy Davidson (Duke University), Sidonie Smith (University of Michigan), Daniel Herwitz (University of Michigan), Wendy Chun (Brown University), and Kathleen Fitzpatrick (Pomona College). ... read more »
Announced on October 23, 2009, MPublishing is a newly formed publishing organization within the University of Michigan Library whose purpose is to align the existing and future publishing activities of the Library with the core strengths and informational needs of the University. ... read more »
We’re excited to announce the launch of a redesigned digitalculture.org, which seeks to be a portal to enriched books in new media studies and digital humanities. digitalculturebooks strives to create a media-rich context for its titles, and to provide readers options for access—for free online or for sale in print. To promote the broadest possible use and access, the website and books carry Creative Commons licenses. ... read more »