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January Issue of Leonardo Reviews Offers Good Information for Digital Humanists

The January Issue of Leonardo Reviews offers several very good books for Digital Humanities folks.  Television as Digital Media edited by James Bennett and Niki Strange (and reviewed by John Barber) and Players Unleashed! Modding The Sims and the Culture of Gaming, by Tanja Sihvonen (reviewed by Hannah Drayson) should be of interest.  I have pasted in the list of books, below, with the hyperlinks to the reviews for each.

Enjoy!

 

New Reviews January 2012

Art and the Senses
<http://leonardo.info/reviews/jan2012/harle_bacci.php>
by Francesca Bacci and David Melcher, Editors
Reviewed by Rob Harle


Body Sweats: The Uncensored Writings of Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven
<http://leonardo.info/reviews/jan2012/graubard_gammel.php>
by Irene Gammel and Suzanne Zelazo, Editors
Reviewed by Allan Graubard


The End of Energy: The Unmaking of America's Environment, Security and Independence
<http://leonardo.info/reviews/jan2012/black_graetz.php>
by Michael J. Graetz
C.F. Black


Television as Digital Media
<http://leonardo.info/reviews/jan2012/barber_bennett.php>
by James Bennett and Niki Strange, Editors
Reviewed by John F. Barber


The Terror of History. On the Uncertainties of Life in Western Civilization
<http://leonardo.info/reviews/jan2012/baetens_ruiz.php>
by Teofilo F. Ruiz
Reviewed by Jan Baetens


Players Unleashed! Modding The Sims and the Culture of Gaming
<http://leonardo.info/reviews/jan2012/drayson_sihvonen.php>
by Tanja Sihvonen
Reviewed by Hannah Drayson

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