INFORMATION, MEDIA AND COMMUNICATION STUDIES
Anthem Press’s cutting-edge books on information, media and communication studies investigate the far-reaching effects of media and technological advancements in both scholarly and popular culture.
Investigating the global impact of technology and computing on knowledge and society.
Offering high-quality research monographs, imaginative and innovative textbooks, and ‘intellectual’ trade titles that explore publishing and the book trade at large.
Advancing the understanding of the continuously changing global media and communication environment.
Analysing the many aspects of global popular culture, from entertainment studies, to material culture studies, to the theories and methods of popular culture studies.
The Evolution of Hypertext
This book explores the history of hypertext, an influential concept that forms the underlying structure of the World Wide Web and innumerable software applications.
The Getting of Bookselling Wisdom
This volume details the history of Australia’s oldest and most nationally iconic publishing firm, Angus & Robertson, and its long-term investment in establishing and maintaining a viable commercial arm in London from 1930–1970.
Motherhood and Popular Television
‘Motherhood and Popular Television’ is designed to introduce readers to key debates concerning the representations of motherhood and the maternal role in contemporary television programming.
Reasserting the Public Interest
In order to move beyond the international intellectual property rights regime in both theory and practice, this volume offers the novel approach of “knowledge governance” as a way to understand the role of knowledge in growth and development.
A BibliographyPerceptions of the Press in Nineteenth-Century British Periodicals
Frank Hurley’s Synchronized Lecture Entertainments
Australian photographer and film maker Frank Hurley became an international celebrity through his reporting of the Mawson and Shackleton Antarctic Expeditions, the First and Second World Wars, the England-Australia air race of 1919, and his own expeditions to Papua in the 1920s. This volume is an account of his stage and screen practice in the context of early twentieth-century mass media.
Audiences, Representations, Contexts
'South Asian Media Cultures' examines a wide range of media cultures and practices from across South Asia, using a common set of historical, political and theoretical engagements.
Indian Popular Cinema, Nation, and Diaspora
This book is a collection of incisive articles on the interactions between Indian Popular Cinema and the political and cultural ideologies of a new post-Global India.
Free Speech and Censorship in a Digital World
An expansive and captivating interrogation of free speech in the modern world, exploring the limitations of the digital age.