New RCCS reviews

This month’s new books reviews at RCCS include: Gitte Stald & Thomas Tufte’s Global Encounters: Media and Cultural Transformation reviewed by Charles Ess, Kevin Douglas Kuswa, and Radhika Seth; Stewart M. Hoover & Lynn Schofield Clark’s Practicing Religion in the Age of the Media: Explorations in Media, Religion, and Culture reviewed by Christopher Helland; and Phillip Thurtle & Robert Mitchell’s Semiotic Flesh: Information and the Human Body reviewed by Anne Beaulieu, Simone Seym, and Sarah Stein, with a response from authors Phillip Thurtle and Robert Mitchell.

New Book Reviews

New book reviews at RCCS for November 2003 include: Sharon K. Black’s Telecommunications Law in the Internet Age reviewed by David R. Dewberry, Bernardo A. Huberman’s The Laws of the Web: Patterns in the Ecology of Information reviewed by Jeanette Burkett, and Daniel Paré’s Internet Governance in Transition: Who is the Master of This Domain? reviewed by John W. Campbell and Arthur L. Morin.

New Reviews

New reviews at RCCS include: William Gibson’s Pattern Recognition reviewed by Tama Leaver, Frank Schaap’s The Words That Took Us There: Ethnography in a Virtual Reality reviewed by Stephanie Bennett, and Siva Vaidhyanathan’s Copyrights and Copywrongs: The Rise of Intellectual Property and How It Threatens Creativity reviewed by Laura Kertz.

New Book Reviews in Cyberculture Studie

This month’s book reviews at RCCS include Marc Smith & Peter Kollock’s Communities in Cyberspace reviewed by Janet Armentor, and Chris Werry & Miranda Mowbray’s Online Communities: Commerce, Community Action, and the Virtual University reviewed by Gloria Gannaway.

New Reviews in Cyberculture Studies

New book reviews at RCCS for August 2003 are: Elaine Lally’s At Home With Computers, reviewed by
Deborah J. Smith; Geoff King & Tanya Krzywinska’s ScreenPlay: Cinema/Videogames/Interfaces reviewed by Bob Rehak; and John Seely Brown & Paul Duguid’s The Social Life of Information reviewed by G.C. Gupta.

Reviews in Cyberculture Studies

New book reviews at RCCS include: Paul Dourish’s Where the Action Is: The Foundations of Embodied Interaction reviewed by Tom Bell; Ollivier Dyens’s Metal and Flesh: The Evolution of Man: Technology Takes Over reviewed by Bryan Alexander; Colette Nicolle and Julio Abascal’s Inclusive Design Guidelines for HCI reviewed by Rita Lauria; and Donald A. Schon, Bish Sanyal, and William J. Mitchell’s High Technology and Low-Income Communities: Prospects for the Positive Use of Advanced Information Technology reviewed by Gracie Lawson-Borders.


The Iowa Review Web features Stuart Moulthrop’s new piece, “Pax” and an interview with Moulthrop by Noah Wardrip-Fruin; the work of Margaret Stratton and an interview with Stratton by Leslie Roberts; and new work and reviews by Deena Larson, geniwate, Seth Thompson, Heidi Bean, and Pamela Gay.