Digital and physical worlds have become so intertwined they are inseparable. The digital revolution has had enormous impacts on the people, economies, politics, cultures, and places. This book series engages with cutting edge research on the effect of digital technologies on the world(s) we live in, from a variety of perspectives and scales. It welcomes contributions from across the social sciences and humanities that seek to stretch disciplinary boundaries by encompassing new ways of seeing and dealing with digital technologies.
By Thomas Taro Lennerfors, Kiyoshi Murata
October 09, 2023
Digital technologies, now ubiquitous around the world, can promote positive values, as well as support those that are less socially acceptable. To better understand such technologies’ impact on ethics and sustainability, this book situates digital technologies within a cultural context, arguing ...
By Nancy Ettlinger
December 30, 2022
This book examines the digitalization of longstanding problems of technological advance that produce inequalities and automated governance, which relieves subjects of agency and critical thought, and prompts a need to weaponize thoughtfulness against technocratic designs. The book situates ...
By Phil Jones
April 28, 2020
This book examines how different technologies can be used to enhance research methods in the social sciences and humanities. The boundary between the body and the digital has become increasingly blurred in recent years due to the rise of technologies that capture and reshape our embodied selves. ...