Julie Cohen’s New Book: Configuring the Networked Self

Julie Cohen recently published her book Configuring
the Networked Self with Yale University Press.  It’s a great synthesis of  copyright  and privacy policy situated in a varied number of literatures.  Drawing on disciplines such as STS and cultural studies, she makes compelling connections between the two policy domains and questions traditional epistemological perspectives on them.  As we consider cultural production in its varied forms, it may serve as a good read.  Moreover, she’s made it available for download via a Creative Commons license!  I’ve linked her site here.