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︎︎ Dr KitKat


Critical making as counter-hegemony?
King’s College London
Department of Digital Humanities
2018, 2019

For the Department of Digital Humanities at King’s College London in 2018 and 2019, I delivered a series of blended virtual and physical lectures for undergraduate students on the BA courses ‘Making in the Connected World’ and ‘Histories of Networked Technologies’ which explored the community histories and spaces of ‘critical making’, a set of approaches that explore digital technologies by combining hands-on material participation with conceptual reflection.

Lectures ranged from "Making and spatiality" to "Disobedient making as decolonization", with all materials published in open access formats to suit a variety of OER (Open Educational Resource) settings. Selected feedback: "This has been a wonderful journey for both me and my students [...] it had a big impact both on my thinking, and in turn on my conceptualisation of this course and its issues." - Professor Graeme Earl

i want to dance for the renewal of the world.” - robin well kimmerer