Digital Ecologies is a research group seeking to foster critical conversations at the interface of more-than-human and digital geographies, political ecology, and media studies to understand the varying ways in which nonhumans are digitised and for what purposes. You can read more about this work on our blog, which features essays from a range of disciplinary perspectives.
In March 2021 we held our inaugural conference, a free online two-day event. You can watch our keynote lectures from Professors Jennifer Gabrys and Etienne Benson on our YouTube page. Our edited collection—Digital Ecologies—attends to the themes and concepts addressed during our first conference, and is under contract with Manchester University Press, due for publication in 2023.
Digital Ecologies in Practice—our 2022 conference—will be held in Bonn, Germany. This two-day hybrid event is free to attend. We are lucky to be joined by our keynotes Mari Bastashevski and Professor Ron Wakkary. The proceeds of this conference will be published in cultural geographies.
Please write to us (email@example.com) to propose blog posts and collaborations, or to find out more about the research our team is conducting. To keep informed on our research and future events, follow us on Twitter or Instagram (@digicologies) and sign up to the Digital Ecologies mailing list: http://www.digicologies.com/.
Our research has been kindly supported by the Vital Geographies research group and King’s College at the University of Cambridge, the European Research Council, the University of Bonn, and the German Research Foundation.
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