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Description

This workshop focuses on how digital technology influences our daily lives, its impacts on the ways culture is re-shaped, and as a result how our identities as workers, consumers and media and cultural producers are changing. This workshop will draw upon the research expertise of both CMCI and DDH, and find synergy with a small group of external participants from a wide range of disciplines.

This workshop focuses on how digital technology influences our daily lives, its impacts on the ways culture is re-shaped, and as a result how our identities as workers, consumers and media and cultural producers are changing. This workshop will draw upon the research expertise of both CMCI and DDH, and find synergy with a small group of external participants from a wide range of disciplines. We will encourage critical engagement of existing research approaches and examine means to further innovative research. KCL participants, including doctoral researchers, will be encouraged to discuss potential grant applications through creating cross-departmental research clusters.

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Date and time

Fri 6 July 2018
10:30 – 17:00

Location

Strand Campus, King’s College London
London
WC2R 2LS

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