Centre for Postdigital Cultures
CPC are delighted to appoint Prof. Angela McRobbie as Visiting Professor. Angela has been a leading figure in British Cultural Studies and Feminist Media Studies for more than 40 years. She has written, presented and undertaken influential projects in areas including activism, media and the cultural industries. Read more about Angela and her post with CPC.
CPC Co-Director Professor Jacqueline Cawston discusses how businesses can gain a competitive edge with the use of immersive technologies for Business Insider. Find out more and read the blog.
CPC DIrector Professor Gary Hall has published his latest book ‘A Stubborn Fury: How Writing Works in Elitist Britain’, in which he explores how the cultural and creative industries might be opened up to a wider section of society.
Dull classroom-based learning could soon be a thing of the past thanks to the Beaconing project team. They've developed a user-friendly gaming platform for teachers to integrate games into lessons and homework, regardless of their technical background. Read more in Innovate magazine.
The Postdigital Cultures Faculty Research Centre belongs to the broader digital humanities field. Today, however, the “digital” can no longer be understood as a separate domain of culture.
Our mission is to work toward a more socially just and sustainable postcapitalist society. We do so by questioning, engaging with, and re-imagining digital culture through our publications and our practice. We don’t just comment on the world, we actively intervene in it.