Anatomy Theatre & Museum
A facility for teaching, research and performance at King's College London. Located on the 6th floor of the King’s Building on the Strand, the three linked spaces are ideal for facilitating collaborative research and creative thinking.
The ATM is also host to a variety of events, including workshops, conferences and seminars, and public events such as the National Theatre Live screenings.
A community resource open to collaboration with groups, projects and individuals who are interested in the use of digital tools, methods and content.
It is open for anyone to join.
Access to the Parliamentary Debates of the devolved government of Northern Ireland from June 7 1921 to the dissolution of Parliament in March 28 1972.
Research at the Centre builds on the expertise of our staff and the legacy of the AHDS and the AHRC ICT Methods Network. Funding for both of these services ended on 31 March 2008.
Digital resources for research, learning and teaching in archaology, history, literature & language, performing arts and visual arts.
e-Science resources for arts and humanities disciplines, e-Social Science, computing, and information sciences.
Resources for practicioners using digital tools and methods for arts and humanities research.