Date of Award
Doctor of Philosophy
School of Communications and Arts
Faculty of Education and Arts
Dr Stuart Medley
Dr Cat Hope
The purpose of this study is to question the idea of the book in general and how this idea is transforming in electronic space, understood as a space of flows as distinct to a space of places (Castells, 1989, p. 349). In order to question the idea of the book in electronic space we must begin at its ending, or more specifically, at a point in the histories of the book that is widely understood as representing a closing of a parenthesis - that began with the invention of the printing press, up to the end of print—spanning some 500 years, beginning half way through the 15th century in Western Europe.
Simionato, A. (2014). What remains is the book: The idea of the book in and around electronic space. https://ro.ecu.edu.au/theses/1477