History E-Book Project brings sound and video to the ebook

The ALCS History E-Book Project and Rutgers University Press recently announced the cooperative publication of two new electronic titles that bring sound and video into the electronic monograph. History E-Book Project has issued electronic versions of the following titles:

  • Wonder Shows: Science, Religion, and Magic on the American Stage by Fred Nadis
  • Yellowface: Creating the Chinese in American Popular Music, 1850s-1920s by Krystyn Moon

The first title incorporates several short films; the second uses a series of complete musical performances that accompany the sheet music and analysis. (Source: ACLS; edited)

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