Registration open until Monday 3 June
Full conference fee (2 days including lunch and refreshments)
Standard rate: £90
Concession rate (students/unwaged): £60
Daily conference fee (including lunch and refreshments)
Standard rate: £50
Concession rate: £35
For those not attending the conference, additional spaces for Roopika Risam’s public lecture on ‘Mobilizing New Digital Worlds: The Stakes of Postcolonial Digital Humanities’ can be booked here
The Digital Diasporas international conference will take place in London on Thursday 6 and Friday 7 June 2019. Bringing together leading researchers from across disciplinary boundaries, the conference will explore the relationship between digital technologies and diasporic communities, with particular attention to linguistic and cultural diversity.
This conference is funded as part of the translingual strand of the AHRC ‘Cross-Language Dynamics: Reshaping Community’ project and is led by the Institute of Modern Languages Research and Digital Humanities at the School of Advanced Study.
Conference hashtag: #DigitalDiasporas
Francielle Carpenedo, Doctoral Researcher, School of Advanced Study
Dr Saskia Huc-Hepher, Senior Lecturer in French, University of Westminster
Dr Dong Nguyen, Research Fellow, Alan Turing Institute
Dr Naomi Wells, Research Fellow, School of Advanced Study
Professor Jane Winters, Chair of Digital Humanities, School of Advanced Study