Digital Cultures Program

Summary

Digital Cultures is a transdisciplinary program investigating the social and cultural changes emerging with digital and convergent technologies. We welcome proposals from qualified applicants for topics related to new media studies, new media arts, internet studies, computer games studies, platform studies, actor network theory, mobile studies, cultural robotics, critical theory and technology.

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Supervisor(s)

Dr Joyce Nip, Dr Kathy Cleland, Dr Grant Bollmer, Dr Chris Chesher

Research Location

Digital Cultures, School of Letters, Art and Media (SLAM)

Program Type

Masters/PHD

Synopsis

Digital media have stimulated an extraordinary growth in academic research across many disciplines. The Digital Cultures program suits projects at the intersections of these areas of digital media practice, taking critical and comparative approaches. Current research by academics and postgraduate students in the Digital Cultures Program includes: computer games, the Internet, mobile phones, social media, new media arts and robotics.

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Keywords

digital cultures, technologies, mobile studies, robotics, computer games, internet studies

Opportunity ID

The opportunity ID for this research opportunity is: 1319

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