The University of Michigan Digital Humanities Series is designed to "feature rigorous research that advances understanding of the nature and implications of the changing relationship between humanities and digital technologies." The website contains books, monographs, and a range of experimental formats that are made available at no charge. A great place to start is the "Our Books" area. Here visitors can read a range of titles, such as "Digital Rubbish: A Natural History of Electronics" and "Home Truths?: Video Production and Domestic Life." Potential authors can use the "For Authors" area to learn how to submit their own idea for a work that explores "fundamental issues within the new media landscape, including inequality, identity, learning, public health, work, and sociability." Also, visitors can sign up to receive updates from the Digital Humanities Series via Twitter or RSS feed.
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