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︎︎ Dr KitKat


Critical Making in the Classroom
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 - 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