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New article in DHQ about the relationship between the ‘disciplines’ of Digital Humanities and Modern Languages

Claire and Thea are pleased to announce the publication in Digital Humanities Quarterly, 11.1, of an article that they have co-authored entitled ‘Where’s the ML in DH? And Where’s the DH in ML? The Relationship between Modern Languages and Digital Humanities, and an Argument for a Critical DHML’. The full article is available here. The … Continue reading

Latin American Identity in Online Cultural Production now available in paperback

Claire and Thea are pleased to announce that their 2013 book, Latin American Identity in Online Cultural Production has just been released in paperback and is available to order direct from the publisher. An ebook is also available. Reviews of the book have described it as ‘a superb resource for scholars interested in Latin(o) American … Continue reading

Review of Latin American Identity Online

Latamcyber is pleased to draw your attention to the recent review by  Hilda Chacón of Claire Taylor and Thea Pitman’s recent book, Latin American Identity in Online Cultural Production. Published in volume 49:1 of the Revista de Estudios Hispánicos, the review covers the various discourses that are dealt with in the book, as well as providing a … Continue reading

Thea Pitman’s article on Latin American digital arts scene published

Thea’s article on the Latin American digital arts scene, inspired by her participation in the 2015 E-Poetry conference held in Buenos Aires last month, has been published this week in The Conversation. To read the full text, go to: https://theconversation.com/an-introduction-to-the-booming-world-of-latin-american-digital-arts-41933  

New publication by Claire

Latamcyber is pleased to announce that Claire’s latest book is now out with Routledge. Entitled Place and Politics in Latin American Digital Culture, the book explores one of the central issues that has been debated in internet studies in recent years: locality, and the extent to which cultural production online can be embedded in a specific … Continue reading

2007 Publication now Available Online

Latamcyber is pleased to announce that Claire and Thea’s 2007 edited volume, Latin American Cyberculture and Cyberliterature, published 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 … Continue reading

New book by members of the project

Latamcyber is delighted to announce that Claire and Thea’s latest book, Latin American Identity in Online Cultural Production has recently come out. Published with Routledge, it focuses on the transformations or continuations that cultural products and practices such as hypermedia fictions, net.art and online performance art, as well as blogs, films, databases and other genre-defying … Continue reading

New article by Claire in JILAR

Latamcyber is pleased to announce that Claire has just had an article published in the Journal of Iberian and Latin American Research, volume 18:2 (2012). Entitled ‘Monopolies and Maquiladoras: The Resistant Re-encoding of Gaming in Coco Fusco and Ricardo Domínguez’s Turista Fronterizo’ the article forms part of Claire’s on-going project on Latin(o) American net.art, and focuses in … Continue reading

New publication – Hybrid Storyspaces

The journal Hispanic Issues Online recently published a thematic edition on ‘Hybrid Storyspaces: Redefining the Critical Enterprise in Twenty-First Century Hispanic Literature’, edited by Debra Castillo and Christine Henseler. The collection is one outcome of a conference of the same name held at Cornell University in 2010, at which Latamcyber members presented papers. The journal … Continue reading

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