Laurier Digital ImprintThe Laurier Digital imprint publishes groundbreaking scholarly work, crafted expressly for digital media and to the same standards as WLU Press print publications. All titles undergo rigorous peer review and are exquisitely designed and judiciously edited. The imprint is open to works from all disciplines in the humanities and social sciences, though it aims to publish projects that showcase the power inherent in digital media and that seek to revolutionize the reading experience, pedagogy, and scholarly communication in general.
Books under the Laurier Digital Imprint
- Representing Sound: Notes on the Ontology of Recorded Musical Communications, Jay Hodgson, with Steve MacLeod