"This volume will appeal to anyone interested in autobiography, identity, media studies, or the intersections of online and offline experience."--T. E. Adams, "Choice"
"Identity Technologies" rectifies a gap in autobiography studies by creating a comprehensive foundation from which we can theorize identity in the Web 2.0 world of the twenty-first century. It makes a substantial contribution to the field of digital media and communications while significantly impacting conceptualizations of text and definitions of narrative. Ricia Anne Chansky, editor of "a/b: Auto/Biography Studies""
This volume will appeal to anyone interested in autobiography, identity, media studies, or the intersections of online and offline experience. T. E. Adams, "Choice"
An impressive interdisciplinary collection. "Choice"
About the Author
Julie Rak is a professor of English and film studies at the University of Alberta in Canada. She is the author of Boom! Manufacturing Memoir for Popular Markets and Negotiated Memory: Doukhobor Autobiographical Discourse.