The implications of technology on contemporary society and culture are core to the research of the Department.
The digital humanities form a bridge between the traditional practices of research and the opportunities afforded by technology. We currently have more than 40 active research staff and a large cohort of PGR students within the King's Department of Digital Humanities exploring this fascinating space critically and thoughtfully.
The digital humanities research community includes many visiting researchers, and we organise visiting speaker seminars throughout term-time - in addition to workshops, reading groups and symposia.
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The Department of Digital Humanities at King’s has a vibrant postgraduate research culture, with doctoral candidates contributing to teaching and research.
Our expertise covers various topics and research in Digital Humanities.
King's Department of Digital Humanities ranked 1st for research power in REF 2014.
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15 September 2020
New analysis of survey data collected by Dr Daniel Allington suggests that overall antisemitism…
29 July 2020
AHRC project explores the WHO’s warning about an ‘infodemic’ and the harmful impact of conspiracy…
9 July 2020
On Thursday 9 July the Creative AI Lab launches its website presenting a database for software,…
23 June 2020
YouTube’s user interface design may be actively contributing to the spread of racist, antisemitic…
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