The Centre for Digital Cultures (CDC) engages in a variety of academic as well as non-academic publishing, containing its own book series, an affiliated publishing house and web journal, as well as different audiovisual formats.

Publication Projects

In Search of Media Book Series

The book series “In Search of Media” takes on the task of describing and imagining the terms – the limits, the conditions, the periods, the relations, the phrases – of media. Moving beyond an explication of key words, it examines the very condition that has fostered this proliferation of terms, namely search. more

sphe­res: Journal for Digital Cultures

A new open peer-re­view­ed web jour­nal con­cer­ned with con­tem­pora­ry, his­to­ri­cal and emer­ging dis­cus­sions about ‘Di­gi­tal Cul­tu­res’. more


A web publication on discourse-analytic aesthetics as methods for Digital Cultures. more

Digital Cultures Book Series

A book series edited by the Digital Cultures Research Lab and published by meson press, a new open access publisher run by members of the Hybrid Publishing Lab which publishes research on Digital Cultures and Networked Media. more

PML Book Series

The book series is edited by the Post-Media Lab and published by OpenMute Press. By drawing upon Félix Guattari’s concept of ‘collective assemblages of enunciation’, it explores the potential of post-media practices, which unfold in diverse ways across the ubiquity of media today. All books are Open Access and free to download. View book series


Two vi­deo research in­ter­view se­ries by the Digital Cultures Research Lab that ex­plo­re the com­plex of ques­ti­ons sur­roun­ding Di­gi­tal Cul­tu­res. More Infos here and here

Single Publications

Please find more information on current and completed publications in the research database.