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The Future of the Eurozone
Alexander Schellinger, Philipp Steinberg (eds.)

The Future of the Eurozone

How to Keep Europe Together: A Progressive Perspective from Germany

In this volume, renowned German researchers and practitioners provide pragmatic and progressive recommendations of how to rescue the Euro and keep Europe together.

Digital Media and Textuality
Daniela Côrtes Maduro (ed.)

Digital Media and Textuality

From Creation to Archiving

How have digital media changed our notions of textuality, narrative and medium and the ways we write, read and teach? This volume assembles answers from different fields.

Where the Everyday Begins
James Morrow

Where the Everyday Begins

A Study of Environment and Everyday Life

Environment precedes everyday life. Therefore, society is an environmental phenomenon, and it must be examined as such.

Clash of Realities 2015/16
Clash of Realities (ed.)

Clash of Realities 2015/16

On the Art, Technology and Theory of Digital Games. Proceedings of the 6th and 7th Conference

Cutting-edge papers on the art, technology, and theory of digital games - the proceedings of the "Clash of Realities" conference (2015/2016) by Janet H. Murray, David O'Reilly, Eric Zimmerman, Mark J.P. Wolf et al.

Care Home Stories
Sally Chivers, Ulla Kriebernegg (eds.)

Care Home Stories

Aging, Disability, and Long-Term Residential Care

Institutional care for seniors offers a cultural repository for fears and hopes about an aging population. The essays in this book challenge stereotypes of institutional care for older adults.

Security in the Anthropocene
Cameron Harrington, Clifford Shearing

Security in the Anthropocene

Reflections on Safety and Care

This ground-breaking book pursues a new, robust understanding of security that emphasizes the extraordinary ways in which the Anthropocene shifts the foundations of security.

Media Coverage: Security in the Anthropocene. Reflections on Safety and Care
"This passionate and extremely well written volume should be read by all of us interested in such questions. It cannot provide a clearly formulated set of policy solutions, but it very effectively begins the necessary and urgent task of focusing our collective attention on how to rethink security in the Anthropocene." (Simon Dalby, ACUNS, 09.01.2018)
New Issue: Digital Culture & Society 
DCS Vol. 3/2 discusses how digital mobile practices can be described, framed and researched  through the mobility of people, data and devices.