[Air-l] RCCS: new home & new reviews (september 2001)

dsilver at u.washington.edu dsilver at u.washington.edu
Thu Aug 30 22:52:23 PDT 2001


AIR-Lers,

It's official:  the 0s and 1s that comprise the Resource Center for 
Cyberculture Studies have moved westward, from the University of Maryland 
to the University of Washington.  Effective immediately, RCCS can be accessed 
via <www.com.washington.edu/rccs>.  Like all migrations, this one may have a 
few growing pains; I appreciate your patience and please report any tweaks you may find.  Thanks!

RCCS's book reviews section now includes full-length reviews of over 100 books 
on cyberculture, the Internet, and technoculture.  New reviews for September 
2001 (found at www.com.washington.edu/rccs/books/) include:

Paulina Borsook, Cyberselfish: A Critical Romp through the Terribly 
Libertarian Culture of High Tech (Public Affairs, 2001)
Reviewed by Aimee Morrison
Response from Paulina Borsook

Gary Bunt, Virtually Islamic: Computer-mediated Communication and Cyber 
Islamic Environments (University of Wales Press, 2000)
Reviewed by Rachel A. D. Bloul
Response from Gary Bunt

Andrew Herman & Thomas Swiss, eds., The World Wide Web and Contemporary 
Cultural Theory (Routledge, 2000)
Reviewed by Barbara Warnick and Jonathan J. Lillie
Response from Thom Swiss

Peter Weibel and Timothy Druckrey, eds, Net_Condition: Art and Global 
Media (MIT Press, 2001) 
Reviewed by Lisa Lynch

If you or your colleagues are interested in reviewing books for RCCS, contact 
us directly at <dsilver at u.washington.edu>.  As always, please feel free to forward this message.

Finally, for those interested in a low volume announcement list for RCCS events and updates, you are invited to subscribe to cyberculture-announce.  To 
subscribe ...

	1. email <listproc at u.washington.edu>
	2. keep the subject line blank
	3. in the body, type: subscribe cyberculture-announce

david silver
http://faculty.washington.edu/dsilver/






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