Keynote with Lauren Klein, “What Data Visualization Reveals: Elizabeth Palmer Peabody and the Work of Knowledge Production”, 13th September 2022

Lauren Klein will be giving a keynote talk on her research on data visualization as a feminist method at King’s on 13th September 2022, introduced by Stuart Dunn, head of the Department of Digital Humanities. Further details on her talk are copied below and you can register here (free for both online and on campus …

King’s College London supports Programming Historian

We are delighted to announce that King’s College London’s Departments of Digital Humanities and History have joined forces to become the newest member of Programming Historian’s Institutional Partnership Programme.   This cross-departmental sponsorship represents the increasingly close links between these two fields of scholarship, and signals an emerging need for digital skills that bridge humanities and social …