Digital Cultures is part of the English Literature and Cultural Studies seminar series at the University of Westminster.
This seminar will explore one of the most ubiquitous and, at the same time, elusive phenomena of contemporary culture: the experience of digitality.
It will be followed by drinks at the Green Man pub.
This event is free and open to all – no booking is required. External visitors to the university will need to sign in at reception and should email [email protected] in advance to be added to the guest list.
About the speakers
Dr Zara Dinnen is a Lecturer in Twentieth and Twenty-First Century Literature at Queen Mary, University of London and a founding executive committee member of the British Association of Contemporary Literary Studies. Her work focuses on representation of digital media in literary and popular culture. Her monograph 'The Digital Banal' will be published by Columbia University Press in 2018.
Dr Seb Franklin is a Lecturer in Contemporary Literature at King’s College London. His research includes literature, visual media, and media theory, especially histories of digital technology and cybernetics. He is the author of 'Control: Digitally as Cultural Logic' (MIT Press, 2015).
Talita Jenman ran the Arts and Culture programme at ZSL London Zoo and has given talks at the National Gallery and Welcome Collection, focusing on memetic culture and its relationship to animals, among other topics. She is an alumna of the Art and Visual Culture MA at Westminster.