Digital Humanities Conference 2016, King’s College London
I will be presenting my paper ‘Print, Pixel and Notions of Legacy. Recalibrating Harold Innis’ time-binding and space-binding communication technology theories for a post-digital age’ at the 2016 Digital Humanities Conference hosted by King’s College London on May 20.
This years theme is ‘Mapping the Scope and Reach of the Digital Humanities’. Notes from my presentation may be downloaded here.
P.S. Due to funding complications, I was unable to attend the Digital Humanities Conference.