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    Douglas Rushkoff

    Douglas Rushkoff is an award-winning media theorist studying human autonomy in the digital age. Named one of the world’s ten most influential intellectuals by MIT, he teaches at CUNY/Queens, hosts the Team Human podcast, and authored several bestsellers including Present Shock. He lives in Hastings-on-Hudson, New York.

    Douglas Rushkoff

    Douglas Rushkoff is an award-winning media theorist studying human autonomy in the digital age. Named one of the world’s ten most influential intellectuals by MIT, he teaches at CUNY/Queens, hosts the Team Human podcast, and authored several bestsellers including Present Shock. He lives in Hastings-on-Hudson, New York.

    Awards

    Shortlisted — Porchlight Business Book Awards, 2019

    Books by Douglas Rushkoff

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      Team Human

      Douglas Rushkoff

      Hardback, 2019

      Team Human is a manifesto—a fiery distillation of preeminent digital theorist Douglas Rushkoff’s most urgent thoughts on civilisation and human nature.
    • 9780393541533 72

      Team Human

      Douglas Rushkoff

      Paperback, 2021

      Team Human is a manifesto—a fiery distillation of preeminent digital theorist Douglas Rushkoff’s most urgent thoughts on civilisation and human nature.
    • 9780393651706 72

      Team Human

      Douglas Rushkoff

      E Book, 2019

      Team Human is a manifesto—a fiery distillation of preeminent digital theorist Douglas Rushkoff’s most urgent thoughts on civilisation and human nature.
    • 9780393713503 72

      Mind Over Media: Propaganda Education for a Digital Age

      Renee Hobbs, Douglas Rushkoff

      Paperback, 2020

      Propaganda is inescapable. It’s everywhere. Students need to analyse, resist, critique—and create.
    • 9780393713510 72

      Mind Over Media: Propaganda Education for a Digital Age

      Renee Hobbs, Douglas Rushkoff

      E Book, 2020

      Propaganda is inescapable. It’s everywhere. Students need to analyse, resist, critique—and create.