RESOURCE: Digital Rhetoric: Theory, Method, Practice 6

The University of Michigan’s digitalculturebooks has announced the publication of the seventh title in their Digital Humanities Series, Douglas Eyman’s Digital Rhetoric: Theory, Method, Practice. This title seeks to bring work from fields including composition and rhetoric, human computer interaction, media and new media studies, game studies, and others into a definition of digital rhetoric. Additionally, it covers the theories and methodologies involved in digital rhetoric scholarship and practice.

As with all books on the digitalculturebooks imprint, Digital Rhetoric is freely available for reading online, with print copies available from The University of Michigan Press.

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