Digital Cultures is an innovative cross-disciplinary program that critically investigates the social and cultural impacts of new digital media technologies. It combines scholarly critical depth with contemporary relevance.
- How do emerging technologies influence the ways information and knowledge are created and circulated?
- How are networks transforming local and global politics and social relations?
- How have the arts, commerce, government, media and entertainment adopted digital technologies?
- What are the implications of the digital for work, play, power, identity, and everyday life?
ARC funding has been awarded to researchers in the departments of Art History and Film Studies, English and Media and Communications.