Digital Domesticity: Media, Materiality, and Home Life
Tracing the origins of digital developments within a domestic setting, Jenny Kennedy, Michael Arnold, Martin Gibbs, Bjorn Nansen, and Rowan Wilken advance media domestication research through an ecology-based approach to the abundance and materiality of media in the home. The book locates digital domesticity through phases of adoption and dwelling, to management and housekeeping, to obsolescence and disposal.
Digital Food: From Paddock to Platform
Digital Food offers the first critical account of the impact of digital information, media, and communication technologies on the topic of food. The book critically analyzes how our relationship to food consumption, production, and politics is being re-mediated through digitally connected electronic devices, practices and content.
Digital Media, Sharing and Everyday Life
Digital Media, Sharing and Everyday Life provides nuanced accounts of the processes of sharing in digital culture and the complexities that arise in them. The book explores definitions of sharing, and the roles that our digital devices and the platforms we use play in these practices.