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[ecrea] Oxford Studies in Digital Politics: New Titles in 2018 - and a Call for Proposals in News and Journalism

Wed Feb 14 22:56:26 GMT 2018

Oxford Studies in Digital Politics: New Titles in 2018 - and a Call for Proposals in News and Journalism


My book series with Oxford University Press will publish five new titles in 2018.

Francis L. F. Lee and Joseph M. Chan's fascinating, empirically-grounded account of the Umbrella Movement: Media and Protest Logics in the Digital Era: The Umbrella Movement in Hong Kong. Ben Epstein's sweeping and beautifully-written evolutionary analysis of 300 years U.S. political development, revealing the technological, behavioural, and political factors that lead to political communication change: The Only Constant Is Change
Technology, Political Communication, and Innovation Over Time.

Taina Bucher's hugely rich conceptual take on the role of algorithms in shaping sociality and connectivity: If...Then: Algorithmic Power and Politics.

Chris Anderson's strikingly original analysis of journalism, which examines "how data has been mobilized, as a form of factual evidence, over the course of American journalism's history": Apostles of Certainty: Data Journalism and the Politics of Doubt. (Available for pre-order soon).

Florian Schneider's highly novel take on a previously neglected aspect of the internet in China-its role in constructing and projecting national identity: China's Digital Nationalism. (Available for pre-order soon).

For more detail please see:;

For a list of the other future books in the series see this page:

I'd also like to take this opportunity to issue a call for book proposals in the area of news and journalism. If you're working on an authored book (not an edited collection) in this area, drop me a line.

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