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Humanist Archives: June 23, 2020, 7:46 a.m. Humanist 34.130 - events: the pandemic & the medium (King's College London)

                  Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 34, No. 130.
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        Date: 2020-06-22 12:26:47+00:00
        From: Cobby Avaria, Roy 
        Subject: This Friday: King's College London Digital Humanities Conference - Digital Tensions, Fragmentations and Polarisations

Dear all,

This is the final reminder for all of those interested in attending this
year's King's College London Department of Digital Humanities
Conference, which will take place this Friday, online.

These are the key details:

Title: 2020 LOATHING: Digital Tensions, Fragmentations and Polarisations
[In Times of Pandemic]
Date and Time: Friday 26th June, 3pm BST
Lead Panellists: Dr Fernanda Bruno & Dr Jennifer Pybus

The theme and panellists will provide a foundational first approach to
the new digital environment opened up by the pandemic, and its
consequences. The full programme is attached.

Registrations for the event have already surpassed our expectations, but
we want to spread the word. Please, share the programme with your
extended network and students. If you have any questions, let us know at

Best wishes,

The Conference Team
Cris, Linan and Roy

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