Save the date! i-Docs 2016 is set to be our biggest symposium yet

We’re thrilled to announce that i-Docs 2016 will take place on 2 – 4th March at the Watershed in Bristol, hosted by the Digital Cultures Research Centre, University of the West of England . Themes of this year’s three day event will be: Tools for Thought – interactive documentary platforms for production, teaching and research; […]

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Call for Papers: Sex and Sexualities in Popular Culture: Feminist Perspectives

Sex and Sexualities in Popular Culture: Feminist Perspectives Call for Papers for a 1-day postgraduate symposium hosted by the Digital Cultures Research Centre Popular culture, as can be seen through the GamerGate controversy for one example, has a profound impact on feminist issues and discourses. Representations of sex and sexualities influence public opinion and individual […]

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Creative Territories project publishes major outcome: The Good Hubbing Guide

The DCRC’s Creative Territories project has published its major outcome, The Good Hubbing Guide. It is available on the project site here. The GHG represents the Creative Territories network’s major findings and recommendations about independent game maker colocation. 3 games hubs participated in the network along with researchers and members of the wider community: the Bristol […]

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