Explore our Spring 2021 catalog to discover the latest in health & wellness, nature, American history, biography, education, global health, ancient studies, American and European literature, public health, modernist studies, the history of science, technology, and medicine, and more. Read more
The Information Cultures series is directed toward a broad scholarly readership interested in the material and cultural circumstances that have surrounded and shaped the production, reading, and public consumption of texts, as analog material artifacts in manuscript and print, or through their transformation into digital objects within particularly meaningful contributions to the digital humanities today.
Editors: Ann Blair, Anthony Grafton, Earle Havens
I wrote Broken Cities because I saw that ruins were being used to shape our view of the past and even to create the “pastness” of the past. As you can see by looking at the cover illustrations of any number of Classics monographs (including Broken Cities), ruins are potent symbols of an antiquity that is at the same time...Read more
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