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2007 Publication now Available Online

Latamcyber is pleased to announce that Claire and Thea’s 2007 edited volume, Latin American Cyberculture and Cyberliteraturepublished with Liverpool University Press, is now available online, at the University Press Scholarship Online platform. University Press Scholarship Online offers 14,000+ titles available in 28 subject areas, from Oxford and 14 other leading university presses, and brings together the best scholarly publishing from around the world.

Latamcyber book dustjacketClaire and Thea’s book investigated emergent forms of digital and online culture in Latin America, covering, amongst others, blogs, hypertext narratives, collective novels, e-mags, digital art and net films, and included contributions from a variety of international experts in Latin American digital studies and cultural studies. Its publication online through University Press Scholarship Online means that it is now available through an easily accessible and fully cross-searchable single online platform, and we hope that it will continue to reach an even wider readership.

To find out more about the book, and access it via USPO, follow the link here.



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