Studies in Computing and Culture

Acquisition Editor:  Matthew McAdam

Series Editors:  Jeffrey R. Yost & Gerardo Con Díaz

This series publishes interdisciplinary, historically grounded works that examine our digital world in its broader sociocultural, political, economic, legal, and environmental contexts. With a global scope, it focuses on the relationships of digital technology to political economies and socioeconomic power inequalities and imbalances.

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Digitizing Diagnosis
Medicine, Minds, and Machines in Twentieth-Century America

Andrew S. Lea

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Abstractions and Embodiments
New Histories of Computing and Society

edited by Janet Abbate and Stephanie Dick

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Transparent Designs
Personal Computing and the Politics of User-Friendliness

Michael L. Black

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