Critical making as...

A 6-part digital lecture series for King’s College London 

As part of the Digital Humanities Level 7 course "Making in the connected world" convened by Prof. Graeme Earl, I delivered a six-part digital lecture series for students which introduced them to various critical approaches for researching digital making practices. 

Lectures included "Making as cultural hegemony", "Critical making as counter-hegemony", "Making and spatiality", and "Disobedient making as decolonization", and each lecture has been published in a webinar-style format which includes a hands-on participatory activity. They are all open access and modular, so they can fit different kinds of OER (Open Educational Resource) formats and settings. Please feel free to get in touch if you'd like to work with them in a course!

Lecture series feedback: "This has been a wonderful journey for both me and my students [...] it has had a big impact both on my thinking and in turn on my conceptualisation of this course and its issues."