[Updated with recording] 2020 LOATHING: Digital Tensions, Fragmentations and Polarisations – Friday 26th June

The following post is from Roy Cobby, 1st Year MPhil/PhD Student at the Department of Digital Humanities, King’s College London. The full video for the conference is now available here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=51Imzjpxwc8&feature=youtu.be You can also access a booklet summarising the panels here: http://newperspectivesdh.com/index.php/recording/ The PhD Conference at the Department of Digital Humanities in King’s College London […]

#PresPollSL: A brief visual inquiry into 2019 Sri Lankan presidential elections on Instagram

The following is a blog post from MA Digital Culture & Society student and Chevening scholar Sachini Perera (bio below), drawing on work that she has been doing as part of the “Digital Methods for Internet Studies” module. Bit of background I’m currently a 2019/2020 Chevening scholar reading for a Masters in Digital Culture and […]

INTERNSHIP | A project in King’s Digital Lab

By Natasha Romanova, MA in Digital Humanities 2019   Coming to the Master’s in Digital Humanities in 2017 as a mature student with some previous experience of working in academia, I was attracted by the reputation of Digital Humanities at King’s. I was particularly interested in King’s Digital Lab (KDL) and was hoping to find […]

INTERNSHIP | My Social Media Internship

By Chalisa Chintrakarn, MA Digital Culture and Society http://linkedin.com/in/chalisa-chintrakarn-475911112 Learning outside lectures through an internship is such a great opportunity to explore oneself, to meet professionals in the field and to put knowledge and skills into practice. I am Chalisa Chintrakarn (Jerry), a MA Digital Culture and Society student from Thailand. As part of the […]

CLUB | Cardboard and Code

  Physical computing is a creative framework for understanding our relation with the digital world. In practical terms, this mostly means re-discovering objects and practices that we take for granted by making things, usually some form of electronic bricolage of cardboard and code. With the support of Prof Graeme Earl, I organised our department’s first […]

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 […]