Newsletter of the Mercurians, in the Society for the History of Technology

Volume 10 No. 2, May 1998

Mercurial Matters

Communication Technologies

A. Butrica Wins Prize

Antennas, More Generally

SHOT's 1998 Meeting

History of Cryptography

Echoes and Reflections

E. Wachtel accepts invitation to Antenna Board

Symposium on Telephone History

Soundprint

Dial-Log

An Overview of Communication Analysis

Dead Media Project Expands

Essay: The Smirk of Progress

Book Review
Stage To Studio

New Media and Society

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New Media & Society

We recently announced Sage Publications' plans for an international journal, New Media & Society, the first issue expected to be out in April 1999. This interdisciplinary publication will examine the social dynamics of media and information change. It will engage in critical discussions of key issues arising from the scale and speed of new media development, drawing on a wide range of disciplinary perspectives and on both theoretical and empirical research.. Its perspectives will encompass both the social sciences and the humanities

For information on journal contents, format, and editors, on submitting manuscripts, and on subscription rates (including a generous introductory discount), visit the website at <http://www.sagepub.co.uk/journals/details/j0182.html> or contact Jane Makoff at SAGE Publications <mailto:jane.makoff@%20sagepub.co.uk>.

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