New Perspectives in the Digital Humanities Conference
19 May 2017  |  King's College London
and Visual Thinking


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Photographer: Fadiza Afifah Razi

About the conference

Following the success of last year’s conference, we continue to map the scope of the field now known as the Digital Humanities. In its third year, we aim to consolidate the conference as the leading forum for students and early career researchers in DH, in and around London, the UK, and internationally. We have re-branded accordingly as the New Perspectives in the Digital Humanities Conference, seeking to to attract the most original new voices in the field for a day of engaging exchange and discussion in our home at King’s College London.


Visualisation and Visual thinking in the Digital Humanities

In this edition of the conference, we invite arts and humanities students and early career researchers, regardless of their technical background, to share their ideas and experiences in their creative and scientific encounters with visualisation —both as a practice and as a concept—  as it is deployed in and for research across disciplines.



King's College London, Strand Campus
King's Building Anatomy Lecture Theatre

2017 Speakers

Evelyn Welch

Professor & Vice-Principal (Arts & Sciences), King's College London

Alan Blackwell

Professor of Interdisciplinary Design, Computer Laboratory, University of Cambridge

Richard A Carter

Associate Lecturer, University of York

Kristina Skåden

Postdoctoral researcher, University of Oslo

Everardo Reyes

Associate professor in Digital Humanities at Université Paris 8

Paolo Ciuccarelli

Associate Professor at Politecnico di Milano

Xinyi Guo

Graduate Student, King's College London

Peter Graham

Digital Strategist at Higher Ground Digital

Tara McDarby

Graduate Student, University of Borås

Sam Cottrell

PhD student, Royal College of Art

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