RESOURCE: Writing History in the Digital Age

The digitalculturebooks imprint of the University of Michigan Press has released Writing History in the Digital Age, edited by Kristen Nawrotzki (Heidelberg University of Education) and Jack Dougherty (Trinity College). The volume is born-digital and open access, and used CommentPress to facilitate open peer review. Readers can view the final online version, the CommentPress version, or preorder the print version.

The book is the third title in the imprint’s Digital Humanities series, which seeks to answer the questions, “How have Internet technologies influenced how historians think, teach, author, and publish?”

dh+lib Review

This post was produced through a cooperation between Liza Booker, Lisa Gayhart, Lauren Gottlieb-Miller, and Ayla Stein, Zach Coble (Editor for the week), and Caro Pinto and Roxanne Shirazi (dh+lib Review Editors).