On 30 May - 1 June the HERA Network is sponsoring A Festival of the Arts and Humanities in Europe: The Time and The Place. It will celebrate the completion of the first HERA Joint Research Programme: see Heranet.
As part of the Festival, King's College London is delighted to be hosting a panel and discussion: Cultural Dynamics and Creativity in Digital Europe. The aim is to explore lessons learned and questions which arise from the research programme.
The programme will be convened by Professor Andrew Prescott, Head of the Department of Digital Humanities at King's College, Leadership Fellow for the AHRC research theme, Digital Transformations.
13.00: Welcome: Andrew Prescott AHRC/KCL - Setting the Agenda
Scott Rettberg, ELMCIP Presenting an anthology
Charlotte Tupman and Mark Hedges, SAWS More haste less speed: standards and sustainability
Helle Porsdam, CULTIVATE The digital humanities and the ‘two cultures’
Adrian Blackledge IDI4MES Investigating digital and social media: Practical and ethical challenges
Andrew Dubber, Rhythm Changes Digital Media & Knowledge Exchange
John Hartley, Curtin University, Member of the HERA review panel. Hopes and outcomes; the first round of the Joint Research Programme
14.45: Panel Discussion
The event is free to attend, but pleasebook via our eventbrite page