Digital Futures

Digital Futures is a series of critical examinations of technological development and the transformation of contemporary society by technology. The concerns of the series are framed by the broader traditions of literature, humanities, politics, and the arts. Focusing on the ethical, political, and cultural implications of emergent technologies, the series looks at the future of technology through the "digital eye" of the writer, new media artist, political theorist, social thinker, cultural historian, and humanities scholar. The series invites contributions to understanding the political and cultural context of contemporary technology and encourages ongoing creative conversations on the destiny of the wired world in all of its utopian promise and real perils.

General Editors: Arthur Kroker and Marilouise Kroker, University of Victoria

Advisory Board: Taiaiake Alfred, University of Victoria; Michael Dartnell, University of New Brunswick; Ronald Deibert, University of Toronto; Christopher Dewdney, York University; Sara Diamond, OCAD; Sue Golding (Johnny de philo), University of Greenwich; Pierre Levy, University of Ottawa; Warren Magnusson, University of Victoria; Lev Manovich, University of California, San Diego; Marcos Novak, University of California, Los Angeles; John O'Neill, York University; Stephen Pfohl, Boston College; Avital Ronell, New York University; Brian Singer, York University; Sandy Stone, University of Texas, Austin; Andrew Wernick, Trent University