Two New Titles in the OUP Studies in Digital Politics Book Series

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Two new titles in the OUP Studies in Digital Politics book series, for which I’m series editor, have recently been published: Sarah Oates’ Revolution Stalled: The Political Limits of the Internet in the Post-Soviet Sphere and Phil Howard and Muzammil Hussain's Democracy’s Fourth Wave: Digital Media and the Arab Spring.

Here’s an up to date list of where things currently stand with the series:


Philip N. Howard (2010) The Digital Origins of Dictatorship and Democracy:  Information Technology and Political Islam. (Winner, Best Book Award, 2011, American Political Science Association Information Technology and Politics Section).

David Tewskbury and Jason Rittenberg (2012) News on the Internet: Information and Citizenship in the 21st Century.

David Karpf (2012) The MoveOn Effect: The Unexpected Transformation of American Political Advocacy.

Daniel Kreiss (2012) Taking Our Country Back: Political Consultants and the Crafting of Networked Politics from Howard Dean to Barack Obama

Karen Mossberger, Caroline J. Tolbert, and William W. Franko (2012), Digital Cities: The Internet and the Geography of Opportunity

Sarah Oates (2013) The Internet, Repression, and Revolution: Information and Control in the Post-Soviet Sphere

Philip N. Howard and Muzammil M. Hussain (2013) Democracy’s Fourth Wave? Digital Media and the Arab Spring.


Andrew Chadwick (2013, July) The Hybrid Media System: Politics and Power.

Jason Gainous and Kevin Wagner (2013, November/December) Tweeting to Power: The Social Media Revolution in American Politics.

Steven Livingston and Gregor Walter-Drop (eds) (2013) Bits and Atoms: Information and Communication Technology in Areas of Limited Statehood.

Jennifer Stromer-Galley Presidential Campaigns in the Internet Age.

Rachel Gibson The Rise of Citizen Campaigning: How the Web is Reshaping Parties, Elections, and Participation in Global Perspective.

Jessica L. Beyer Expect Us: Online Communities and Political Mobilization.

If you’re writing, or are thinking of writing, a book that would be a good fit with the series, I’d be interested in hearing about it. Drop me a line.

As ever, happy reading!