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Dr Cristina Akemi Goldschmidt Kiminami

Dr Cristina Akemi Goldschmidt Kiminami

Visiting Research Fellow

Biography

Dr Cristina A. G. Kiminami holds a PhD in Digital Humanities from King’s College London. Today, as a visiting research fellow, she collaborates on the Unmapped Strand project, which is a project within the Centre for Attention Studies at King’s College London. Her research interests focus on how locative media impact the walking experience of pedestrians in urban environments and how attachments to locations go beyond an address or geographical coordinates. Her research approach is qualitative, using methods such as network analysis, data visualization and mapping, systematic observations, and ethnographic methods. Her study considers that to discuss spatial complexities, the set of methods must consider the lived human experience beyond exclusively the data collected on social networks.

    Research

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    Centre for Attention Studies

    Forging new responses to the foundational crisis of the digital age: distraction.

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    Unmapped Strands

    The identity of King’s has always been closely linked with the identity of the Strand.

    Project status: Ongoing

      Research

      ask-hero-image-4
      Centre for Attention Studies

      Forging new responses to the foundational crisis of the digital age: distraction.

      strand-1
      Unmapped Strands

      The identity of King’s has always been closely linked with the identity of the Strand.

      Project status: Ongoing