REFRAME Books publishes open access scholarly contributions to the fields of media, film, music, cultural studies, the digital humanities and journalism in a variety of e-reading formats.
This imprint was launched in Spring 2015 with the publication of The Tablet Book, edited by Caroline Bassett, Ryan Burns, Russell Glasson and Kate O’Riordan, a collection of original research essays which mobilise a range of perspectives and approaches in thinking about and understanding the tablet computer.
In June 2016, REFRAME Books publish The Arclight Guidebook to Media History and the Digital Humanities, edited by Charles R. Acland and Eric Hoyt – a cutting edge collection of work both surveying what media historians are doing with digital tools and charting a course for how the field of media history might move forward in an ongoing dialogue with the digital humanities.
If cinema and television, as the dominant media of the 20th century, shaped and reflected our cultural sensibilities, how do new digital media in the 21st century help to shape and reflect new forms of sensibility? In this collection, editors Shane Denson and Julia Leyda have gathered a range of essays that approach this question by way of a critical engagement with the notion of “post-cinema.” Contributors explore key experiential, technological, political, historical, and ecological aspects of the transition from a cinematic to a post-cinematic media regime and articulate both continuities and disjunctures between film’s first and second centuries.
REFRAME Books will present further cutting-edge open access e-book publishing projects in 2016.
REFRAME Books credits
Managing Editor: Catherine Grant
Book Design and Layout Editors: Catherine Grant (Post-Cinema) and Tanya Kant (The Tablet Book)
Technical Editors: Catherine Grant (Post-Cinema), Russell Glasson and Tanya Kant (The Tablet Book)
Publisher contact: email@example.com
Publisher’s ISBN Prefix: 978-0-9931996
REFRAME is an open access academic digital platform for the online practice, publication and curation of internationally produced research and scholarship. It is supported by the School of Media, Film and Music, University of Sussex, UK.