A very warm welcome to the Department of Digital Humanities at King’s College London. Our department has been at the forefront of exploring digital culture and society since the 1990s and is one of the worldwide pioneers in this field. It is one of the many highly interdisciplinary departments that distinguish the research and education at King’s. Studying and researching with us means that you can get a rounded experience of all aspects of the digital; there will always be a focus on both new and traditional approaches in humanities and social science research that have become essential to the understanding of digital culture and society.

On this blog you will find information about our ongoing research projects, updates about our regular public events and also posts written by current staff and students in the department.


Upcoming events

EVENT | SHOWCASE: King’s College London x Somerset House Studios

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A showcase of King's College London x Somerset House Studios collaborations Five artist-academic project teams have worked together over the last six months to research and develop new critical perspectives…

EVENT | Digital Tools for the Study of Theatre

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How can digital tools be used to study theatre and performance? Join us for a public talk with Miguel Escobar Varela from the National University of Singapore. Digital Tools for…

EVENT | No Business of Yours: How the Large Corporation Swallowed the Future

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When and how did economic growth become such a central concern of democratic political life? How might climate change challenge this conception of politics? Join us for an evening talk…

EVENT | Data that Warms: Remaking our Relations with Data through Commodifying Infrastructural Discard

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What kinds of infrastructures and relations underpin data societies? How is the heat of data streams being harnessed and commodified by data centre operators? How does the commodification of infrastructural…