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Cover: Feminist in a Software Lab: Difference + DesignFeminist in a Software Lab: Difference + DesignMcPherson, TaraPAPERBACK02/19/2018$25.50
Cover: The Military-Entertainment ComplexThe Military-Entertainment ComplexLenoir, Tim
Caldwell, Luke
PAPERBACK02/19/2018$25.50
Cover: Digital Giza: Visualizing the PyramidsDigital Giza: Visualizing the PyramidsManuelian, Peter DerPAPERBACK09/05/2016$26.00
Cover: Graphesis: Visual Forms of Knowledge ProductionGraphesis: Visual Forms of Knowledge ProductionDrucker, JohannaPAPERBACK07/07/2014$28.00
Cover: HyperCities: Thick Mapping in the Digital HumanitiesHyperCities: Thick Mapping in the Digital HumanitiesPresner, Todd
Shepard, David
Kawano, Yoh
PAPERBACK07/07/2014$29.00
Cover: The Library Beyond the BookThe Library Beyond the BookSchnapp, Jeffrey T.
Battles, Matthew
PAPERBACK07/07/2014$28.00
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