New Article: “‘We only have 12 years’: YouTube and the IPCC report on global warming of 1.5ºC” in First Monday

Liliana Bounegru, Lecturer in Digital Methods in the Department of Digital Humanities has just published a new article titled “’We only have 12 years: YouTube and the IPCC report on global warming of 1.5ºC” in First Monday co-authored with Kari De Pryck (University of Geneva / University of Cambridge), Tommaso Venturini (CNRS) and Michele Mauri […]

EVENT | Humanities Laboratories: Critical Infrastructures and Knowledge Experiments 23.05.19

Whether physical or digital, or a combination of both, modern laboratories have become places, infrastructures, and frameworks for the Humanities to forge ideas, visions, experiments, and collaborations. The event will revolve around the critical and epistemological roles of humanities labs in supporting and extending academic research and learning beyond traditional classrooms. The event will be […]

EVENT | Understanding the uses and impacts of iconic cultural images in the digital world

[three_fourths] Description • What makes a cultural image memorable? • Can memorability be transferred into the digital sphere? • Do iconic images function in the same way online as they do offline? Through this collaborative event, we aim to explore why certain historical and cultural images are remembered and considered to be iconic. We also […]

Call for papers: Understanding the uses and impacts of iconic cultural images in the digital world

[three_fourths] Description • What makes a cultural image memorable? • Can memorability be transferred into the digital sphere? • Do iconic images function in the same way online as they do offline? Through this collaborative event, we aim to explore why certain historical and cultural images are remembered and considered to be iconic. We also […]

EVENT | Repurposing social media for social research? Questions after fake news

[three_fourths] Description A symposium on the future of research with social media, with a public talk from Professor Richard Rogers, Chair in New Media & Digital Culture at the University of Amsterdam, followed by questions and discussion with Cornelia Reyes Acosta, Alessandro Gandini and Jonathan Gray from the Department of Digital Humanities, King’s College London. […]

EVENT | New Perspectives in the Digital Humanities: Digital Identities

[three_fourths] Description Digital Humanities Early Careers Conference New Perspectives in the Digital Humanities is an annual conference in the King’s College London Department of Digital Humanities. This initiative started in 2016, and is typically led by first-year PhD candidates, though we boast a wide attendance by staff and external delegates from all over the UK […]

EVENT | The Field Notes Plugin: Making Network Visualization in Gephi Accountable

[three_fourths] Description Public talk by Karin van Es, Daniela van Geenen and Maranke Wieringa (Utrecht Data School, Utrecht University). Hosted by Jonathan Gray, Department of Digital Humanities, King’s College London. The hashtag for this event is #kingsdh. The network visualizations humanities scholars and social scientists employ to communicate research findings are often imbrued with a […]