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i-Docs: The Evolving Practices of Interactive Documentary (Nonfictions) Paperback – 24 Mar 2017


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i-Docs, web docs, interactive docs, database docs, nonlinear stories, procedural narratives; the sheer variety of neologisms in circulation right now is indicative of an exciting, if turbulent, economy of documentary-oriented new media forms. This timely, original collection captures much of this uncertainty and excitement, with contributions from some of the key thinkers in what we might call 'new documentary studies.'

--Professor Matt Soar, Concordia University

i-Docs, web docs, interactive docs, database docs, nonlinear stories, procedural narratives; the sheer variety of neologisms in circulation right now is indicative of an exciting, if turbulent, economy of documentary-oriented new media forms. This timely, original collection captures much of this uncertainty and excitement, with contributions from some of the key thinkers in what we might call 'new documentary studies.'--Professor Matt Soar, Concordia University

About the Author

Judith Aston is a Senior Lecturer at the University of the West of England. Sandra Gaudenzi is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Westminster. Mandy Rose is an Associate Professor at the University of the West of England. All three have published widely in the field of digital documentary theory and practice, and are co-directors of the i-Docs bi-annual symposium.


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