Lecturer, Centre for e-Research
Chair of Postgraduate Board of Examiners
Admissions Tutor MA Digital Humanities
Tel +44 (0)20 7848 2709
Centre for e-Research
26-29 Drury Lane, Room 223
King's College London, London WC2B 5RL
Digital Geography. The development and application of digital mapping tools, and GIS in the humanities, especially history and archaeology, and geospatial semantics.
Data visualisation. Especially the relationship between documented human movement, space and location; including theoretical aspects of Virtual Reality and agency theory.
Digital communities. The theory and practice of creating and sustaining digital communities using social media, and the development of digital infrastructures to support collaborative research, especially in the digital humanities.
Stuart Dunn graduated from the University of Durham with a PhD in Aegean Bronze Age Archaeology in 2002, conducting fieldwork and research visits in Melos, Crete and Santorini. Having developed research interests in GIS, Stuart subsequently became a Research Assistant on the AHRC’s ICT in Arts and Humanities Research Programme. In 2006, he became a Research Associate at the Arts and Humanities e-Science Support Centre at King’s College London, and then a Research Fellow in CeRch. Stuart manages/contributes to several projects in the area of visualisation, GIS and digital humanities.