Colleagues working on the Language Acts & Worldmaking project have released a call for proposals for a ‘Digital Modern Languages tutorial writing sprint’, which aims to bring together language teachers, modern languages researchers and digital practitioners to create a collaborative Open Educational Resource. The event takes place over two days in July 2019 and will […]

EVENT | A Family Affair: Family, Love, and Emotioned Fannish Literacy 26.02.19

[three_fourths] As the second talk in the Early Career Research Talks series, Brittany Kelley will give a presentation entitled ‘A Family Affair: Family, Love, and Emotioned Fannish Literacy’. In the 25 years since the publication of Jenkins’ and Bacon-Smith’s foundational studies on media fandoms and fanfiction, fandom has achieved a much more mainstream status. Fan […]

New report published by the Language Acts and Worldmaking project 31.01.19

The Language Acts and Worldmaking project today published a report on ‘Attitudes towards digital culture and technology in the Modern Languages’. The report is based on a survey carried out by the Language Acts and Worldmaking project, one of four projects funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) as part of its Open […]

Kate Devlin Judges the 2019 Freedom of Expression Awards

Dr Kate Devlin will be one of the four judges on the 2019 Freedom of Expression Awards. Kate Devlin is a writer and an academic in the department of Digital Humanities in King’s College London where she works on artificial intelligence and human-computer interaction. Her book, Turned On: Science, Sex and Robots, explores intimacy and […]

EVENT | Quantum Queerness 29.01.19

[three_fourths] As part of the Early Career Research Talks series, Conor McKeown will discuss his ongoing research project “Quantum Queerness”, currently modestly supported by the AHRI in King’s. The main objective of QQ is to foster an intimate relationship with our other multiple quantum selves. Using a cultural analytics approach I aim to make a […]

EVENT | SHOWCASE: King’s College London x Somerset House Studios 29.01.19

[three_fourths] 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 on contemporary culture and society. The evening will be hosted by Dr Munira Mirza, Executive Director for Culture at King’s College London. The River […]

EVENT | The Digital Party – Book Launch

[three_fourths] The Centre for Digital Culture invites you to the launch of Paolo Gerbaudo’s new book, The Digital Party: Political Organisation and Online Democracy. From the Five Star Movement to Podemos, from the Pirate Parties to La France Insoumise, from the movements behind Bernie Sanders to those backing Jeremy Corbyn, the last decade has witnessed […]

DDH postgraduate students active in cultural AI event

Festival Grounded is a festival of electronic music, critical thinking and activism that will take place from 21. to 23.11. in Ljubljana, Slovenia. This year’s theme is Intimacy in the age of Artificial Intelligence, and we are extremely proud to announce that a former and a current student of our Big Data MA, Nika Mahnič […]