[Air-l] RCCS: Call for Book Reviewers

david silver dsilver at u.washington.edu
Sun Jan 8 17:33:48 PST 2006

RCCS: Call for Book Reviewers

The following books are available for review for the Resource Center for 
Cyberculture Studies < http://www.com.washington.edu/rccs/booklist.asp >. If 
you are interested in reviewing one of the books, PLEASE READ the instructions 


The Access Principle: The Case for Open Access to Research and Scholarship
John Willinsky
MIT Press, 2006

Applied Ethics in Internet Research
Ed. May Thorseth
Norwegian University of Science and Technology University Press, 2003

Architecture's New Media: Principles, Theories, and Methods of Computer-Aided 
Yehuda E. Kalay MIT Press, 2004

The Cinema Effect
Sean Cubitt
MIT Press, 2004

Close Reading New Media: Analyzing Electronic Literature
Eds. Jan Van Looy & Jan Baetens
Leuven University Press, 2003

Computer Mediated Communication: Social Interaction and the Internet
Crispin Thurlow, Laura Lengel, & Alice Tomic
Sage, 2004

Connected, or What It Means to Live in the Network Society
Steven Shaviro University of Minnesota Press, 2003

Cornucopia Limited: Design and Dissent on the Internet
Richard Coyne MIT Press, 2005

Culture + Technology: A Primer
Jennifer Daryl Slack & J. MacGregor Wise
Peter Lang, 2005

Cyberarts 2004: International Compendium Prix Ars Electronica
Hannes Leopoldseder, Christine Schopf, & Gerfried Stocker
Hatje Cantz Publishers, 2004

Cyberscience: Research in the Age of the Internet Michael Nentwich
Austrian Academy of Sciences, 2003

The Deepening Divide: Inequality in the Information Society
Jan A G M van Dijk
Sage, 2005

The Digital Sublime: Myth, Power, and Cyberspace
Vincent Mosco
MIT Press, 2005

Disability and Contemporary Performance: Bodies on Edge
Petra Kuppers
Routledge, 2003

Double Click: Romance and Commitment Among Online Couples
Andrea J. Baker
Hampton Press, 2005

Electronic Monuments
Gregory Ulmer
University of Minnesota Press, 2005

Eloquent Images: Word and Image in the Age of New Media
Eds. Mary E. Hocks & Michelle R. Kendrick
MIT Press, 2003

>From 9/11 to Terror War: The Dangers of the Bush Legacy
Douglas Kellner
Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2003

The Game Design Reader: A Rules of Play Anthology
Eds. Katie Salen & Eric Zimmerman
MIT Press, 2006

Half-Real: Video Games between Real Rules and Fictional Worlds
Jesper Juul
MIT Press, 2005

How Images Think
Ron Burnett
MIT Press, 2004

Image Ethics in the Digital Age
Eds. Larry P. Gross, John Stuart Katz, & Jay Ruby
University of Minnesota Press, 2003

Information Politics on the Web
Richard Rogers
MIT Press, 2004

The Internet Playground: Children's Access, Entertainment, And Mis-education
Ellen Seiter
Peter Lang, 2005

Internet Research Annual: Selected Papers from the Association of Internet 
Researchers Conferences, 2000-2002
Eds. Mia Consalvo, Nancy Baym, Jeremy Hunsinger, Klaus Bruhn Jensen, John 
Logie, Monica Murero, & Leslie Shade
Peter Lang, 2004

Lara Croft: Cyber Heroine
Astrid Deuber-Mankowsky; Sue-Ellen Case (Foreword) & Dominic J. Bonfiglio 
(Translator) University of Minnesota Press, 2005

Literate Lives in the Information Age: Narratives on Literacy from the United 
Cynthia L. Selfe & Gail E. Hawisher
Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2004

Love Online: Emotions on the Internet
Aaron Ben-Ze'ev
Cambridge University Press, 2004

Making Silicon Valley: Innovation and the Growth of High Tech, 1930-1970 
Christophe Lecuyer
MIT Press, 2005

Material Virtualities: Approaching Online Textual Embodiment
Jenny Sunden Peter Lang, 2003

Media Debates: Great Issues for the Digital Age, 4th Edition
Everette E. Dennis & John C. Merrill
Wadsworth Publishing, 2006

Mediation and the Communication Matrix
C. Kaha Waite
Peter Lang, 2003

The Mirror and the Veil: An Overview of American Online Diaries and Blogs
Viviane Serfaty
Rodopi, 2004

My First Recession: Critical Internet Culture in Transition
Geert Lovink V2_/NAI Publishers, 2004

Neo-Baroque Aesthetics and Contemporary Entertainment
Angela Ndalianis
MIT Press, 2004

New Media Campaigns and the Managed Citizen
Philip N. Howard
Cambridge University Press, 2005

New Technologies at Work: People, Screens and Social Virtuality
Eds. Christina Garsten & Helena Wulff
Berg Publishers, 2004

News Media and New Media: The Asian-Pacific Internet Handbook, Episode V
Ed. Madanmohan Rao
Eastern Universities Press, 2003

No Safety in Numbers: How the Computer Quantified Everything and Made People 
Henry J. Perkinson
Hampton Press, 1996

Online Social Research: Methods, Issues, & Ethics
Eds. Mark D. Johns, Shing-Ling Chen, & G. Jon Hall
Peter Lang, 2003

Publicity's Secret: How Technoculture Capitalizes on Democracy
Jodi Dean
Cornell University Press, 2002

Saved From Oblivion: Documenting the Daily from Diaries to Web Cams
Andreas Kitzmann
Peter Lang, 2004

Shaping Things
Bruce Sterling MIT Press, 2005

Soft Cinema: Navigating the Database (DVD and Book)
Lev Manovich & Andreas Kratky
MIT Press, 2005

The Souls of Cyberfolk: Posthumanism as Vernacular Theory
Thomas Foster
University of Minnesota Press, 2005

Star Trek: Technologies of Disappearance
Alan N. Shapiro
Avinus Verlag, 2004

Techno Fashion
Bradley Quinn
Berg Publishers, 2002

Technology and the Dream: Reflections on the Black Experience at MIT, 1941-1999
Clarence G. Williams
MIT Press, 2003

Towards a Sustainable Information Society: Deconstructing WSIS
Eds. Jan Servaes & Nico Carpentier
Intellect, 2005

Twisty Little Passages: An Approach to Interactive Fiction
Nick Montfort
MIT Press, 2005

Unlocking the Clubhouse: Women in Computing
Jane Margolis and Allan Fisher
MIT Press, 2003

Virtual Morality: Morals, Ethics and New Media
Ed. Mark J. P. Wolf
Peter Lang, 2003

Virtual Worlds: Culture and Politics in the Age of Cybertechnology
Pramod K. Nayar Sage, 2004

Will Fair Use Survive? Free Expression in the Age of Copyright Control. A 
Public Policy Report
Marjorie Heins & Tricia Beckles
Brennan Center for Justice, 2005


Instructions for Reviewers:

RCCS reviews are between 1500-2000 words and are published here: < 
http://www.com.washington.edu/rccs/booklist.asp >.  If you are interested in 
reviewing a book, please answer the following questions and email them to: 
dsilver at u.washington.edu

1. What is your name and, if any, title/affiliation?

2. Which book (please select one) would you like to review?

3. In the event that your selection is taken, please list 2-3 keywords that 
describe your interests.

4. Are you able to have a 1500-2000 word draft review of this book ready by the 
end of April, 2006?

5. What is your address?

Thank you for your interest,

david silver

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