Tag: projects

Just Released: 2020 Dreams: Toward a New Understanding of the Dreaming-Waking Continuum

We are delighted to announce the release of our newest publication: 2020 Dreams: Toward a New Understanding of the Dreaming-Waking Continuum by Maja Gutman Mušič and Kelly Bulkeley, with Sheldon Juncker, Daniel Kennedy, Gez Quinn, and Jennifer Marie Lane. The year 2020 emerged as a pivotal moment in modern history, in many overlapping and mutually

Just Released: Country of Words: A Transnational Atlas for Palestinian Literature

Please join us in celebrating the release of Refqa Abu-Remaileh’s Country of Words: A Transnational Atlas for Palestinian Literature. Country of Words is a digital-born project that retraces and remaps the global story of Palestinian literature in the twentieth century, starting from the Arab world and going through Europe, North America, and Latin America. Sitting

Just Released: Ego Media: Life Writing and Online Affordances

We are excited to announce the publication of Max Saunders and Lisa Gee’s Ego Media: Life Writing and Online Affordances. Enabled by the internet and mobile technologies, digital media have generated profound changes in how and where we communicate, interact, and present ourselves. Ego Media explores the impact of these rapidly evolving media on forms and practices

Digital Wins!

Last week we learned that one of SUP’s digital projects has won a PROSE Award. Massimo Riva’s Shadow Plays: Virtual Realities in an Analog World, published in June of 2022, has won the Association of American Publishers’ 2023 PROSE Award for eProducts. This project was unique in its development in that, in addition to our

Just Released: Transmedia Stories: Narrative Methods for Public Health and Social Justice

We are proud to announce the publication of Patrick Jagoda, Ireashia Bennett, and Ashlyn Sparrow’s Transmedia Stories: Narrative Methods for Public Health and Social Justice. Transmedia Stories is an experiment in multimedia publication and collaboration that explores storytelling-based research methods. With the growth of digital media, narrative is now conveyed through a range of new

Just Released: America’s Public Bible: A Commentary

Please join us in celebrating the release of Lincoln A. Mullen’s America’s Public Bible: A Commentary. Throughout the nineteenth century and into the twentieth century, newspapers in the United States—even newspapers which were not published by a religious denomination or organization—made frequent recourse to the Bible. Newspapers printed sermons and Sunday school lessons. They featured

Just Released: Taylor Arnold, Courtney Rivard and Lauren Tilton’s Layered Lives: Rhetoric and Representation in the Southern Life Histories Project

We are thrilled to announce the release of our newest publication: Taylor Arnold, Courtney Rivard and Lauren Tilton’s Layered Lives: Rhetoric and Representation in the Southern Life Histories Project. The Southern Life History Project, a Federal Writers’ Project initiative, put unemployed writers to work during the Great Depression by capturing the stories of everyday people

Just Released: Massimo Riva’s Shadow Plays: Virtual Realities in an Analog World

We are delighted to announce the publication of Massimo Riva’s Shadow Plays: Virtual Realities in an Analog World. Shadow Plays explores popular forms of entertainment used in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries to transport viewers to a new world, foreshadowing present-day virtual, augmented, and extended reality experiences (VR, AR, and XR). Typically studied as part

Just Released: Feral Atlas: The More-Than-Human Anthropocene

Stanford University Press is proud to announce the publication of Feral Atlas: The More-Than-Human Anthropocene, edited by Anna Lowenhaupt Tsing, Jennifer Deger, Alder Keleman Saxena, and Feifei Zhou. Feral Atlas invites you to explore the ecological worlds created when nonhuman entities become tangled up with human infrastructure projects. Seventy-nine field reports from scientists, humanists, and