Ethics of vaccine passports and COVID status apps by Btihaj Ajana

In response to Ada Lovelace Institute’s call for public evidence regarding the vaccine passports and COVID status apps, Dr Btihaj Ajana, Reader in Media and Digital Culture at the Department of Digital Humanities, recently submitted some critical reflections on the ethical implications of these technologies and proposals. Here is a summary of submission: Discrimination and …

New article: “Immunitarianism: defence and sacrifice in the politics of Covid-19” by Btihaj Ajana

Dr Btihaj Ajana, Reader in Media and Digital Culture at the Department of Digital Humanities, has recently published a research article entitled, “Immunitarianism: defence and sacrifice in the politics of Covid-19” in History and Philosophy of Life Sciences journal. Full article can be accessed on: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s40656-021-00384-9 Article Abstract: As witnessed over the last year, immunity …

Job: AEP Lecturer in Humanistic and Social Computing

The Department of Digital Humanities at King’s College London is looking for one AEP Lecturer in Humanistic and Social Computing to help us grow our teaching expertise in critical HCI, user centered research and sustainable design from a humanities and social sciences perspective. The ideal candidate will have a PhD in a relevant discipline, an …

Two lectureships to support teaching in the field of Digital Economy at DDH

The Department of Digital Humanities at King’s College London is looking for two permanent Lecturers (Academic Education Pathway) to support our online and on-campus teaching on our fast growing MA programmes. The openings are for a Lecturer in Digital Entrepreneurship and Marketing Education and a Lecturer in Digital Economy and Society Education to support our successful …

What Versus How: Teaching Digital Humanities After COVID-19

The following post is from Stuart Dunn, Senior Lecturer and Head of the Department of Digital Humanities, King’s College London. It is part of a series of blog posts about the department’s research, teaching and engagement activities in times of COVID19, exploring research in progress, documenting collaborations and surfacing different perspectives on online and blended …