Head of group/division
Professor Willard McCarty.
King's College London
Expected to be three years FT, four-six years PT.
A research degree in the digital humanities will equip you to make substantial and original contributions to any field or activity in which computing is applied to the study, conservation or presentation of cultural artifacts. Because the degree privileges human knowledge and cultural production rather than the tools used to study these things, it will also prepare you to offer powerfully creative resistance to computing in its present state and so to help advance it in the best possible way. The degree is thus highly relevant to further work in higher education and the cultural sector.
Year of entry 2013