Print Cultures: A Reader in Theory and Practice is the first anthology of critical writings to concentrate on book, publishing and digital cultures in the twentieth and twenty-first century. These selected texts provide a comprehensive introduction to this rapidly developing and dynamic subject, and represent the main theoretical approaches and models as well as key historical and thematic analyses. This is a collection of essential reading for students and researchers wanting to know how the subject has developed, where it is now and its future directions.
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