Digital Humanities

DH2010

King's College London, 3rd - 6th July 2010

[Image: KCL Photo Collage]
[Image: London Photo Collage (Somerset House; Globe Theatre; Millennium Bridge; Tate Modern)]

London and KCL as a Conference Venue

London is one of the world’s major capital cities, and must now be one of the most cosmopolitan. Its cultural diversity affects many aspects of the city’s life, including cuisine: London is widely regarded as having the most ethnically diverse range of food in any capital city. It must also be one of the easiest, and perhaps cheapest, places in the world to get to, and is an exceptionally easy city to move around in. It also has some of the world’s most important cultural institutions, and is a major European and international venue for many forms of the creative arts, including theatre and music.

King’s College is an international university, with a distinguished record across many discipline areas. Famous names associated with King’s include Rosalind Franklin and Maurice Wilkins of DNA fame, James Clerk Maxwell, Florence Nightingale, James Black and Desmond Tutu. Among many well-known writers associated with King’s are John Keats, Charles Kingsley, John Ruskin, Sir William Gilbert, Thomas Hardy, Somerset Maugham, Anita Brookner, Sir Arthur C Clarke, Radclyffe Hall and Hanif Kureishi.

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