By Laura Mandell
Breaking the Book is a manifesto at the cognitive results and emotional results of human interactions with actual books that finds why the conventional humanities disciplines are immune to 'digital' humanities.
- Explores the explanations why the conventional humanities disciplines are proof against 'digital humanities'
- Reveals features of booklet historical past, supplying it for example of ways various media form our modes of pondering and feeling
- Gathers jointly crucial ebook heritage and literary feedback about the hundred years major as much as the early 19th-century emergence of mass print culture
- Predicts results of the electronic revolution on disciplinarity, services, and the institutional restructuring of the humanities
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