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October 07, 2014


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Marika Rose

Given that Trend's book is a reader rather than a collection of new essays I imagine that a lot of the pieces are even more than three years before the hype cycle hit! It hasn't yet been my experience, though, that there's a particularly strong correlation between how recent academic work is and how helpful it is to thinking about digital culture. Maybe thinking of digital culture and digital humanities as something radically new can hinder reflection more than it helps it...

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