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TechNomos: Law, Technology, Culture

About the Series

TechNomos: Law, Technology, Culture is a new book series publishing culturally informed critical accounts of law and technology. It is where the cultural imaginary that binds law and technology can be directly examined, probed, integrated and celebrated. Books in this series draw upon the humanities, cultural legal studies, science and technology studies, sociology, anthropology and related disciplines to delineate how law, technology and culture intertwine and are multi-generative. Focusing not only on technologies causing contemporary legal, political and ethical concern, but also past technologies and their constitutive and respondent legalities, books in the series are aimed at anyone keen to understand and to dream how law and technology have made, and continue to make, the world.

We invite proposals for edited collections, monographs or short books. And if you would like to discuss a proposal for the series, please contact the series editors.

2 Series Titles

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Carl Schmitt and The Buribunks Technology, Law, Literature

Carl Schmitt and The Buribunks: Technology, Law, Literature

1st Edition

Edited By Edwin Bikundo, Kieran Tranter
January 29, 2024

In 1918 a young Carl Schmitt published a short satirical fiction entitled The Buribunks. He imagined a future society of beings who consistently wrote and disseminated their personal diaries. Schmitt would go on to become the infamous philosopher of the exception and for a while the ‘Crown Jurist ...

Law, Video Games, Virtual Realities Playing Law

Law, Video Games, Virtual Realities: Playing Law

1st Edition

Edited By Dale Mitchell, Ashley Pearson, Timothy D. Peters
July 31, 2023

This edited volume explores the intersection between the coded realm of the video game and the equally codified space of law through an insightful collection of critical readings. Law is the ultimate multiplayer role-playing game. Involving a process of world-creation, law presents and codifies the...

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