The Digital Arts and Humanities (DAH) PhD Digital Conference took place on Friday 18th November, featuring keynote speakers and panels on the theme ‘Digital entanglements: the post-digital present’. A broad range of attendees, including current and former DAH PhD students, staff, academics, artists and journalists, filled the Neill Lecture Theatre in Trinity Long Room Hub to hear keynote addresses by Professor Steve Jones of University of South Florida, Professor Rod Stoneman of NUI Galway and Dr Maria Chatzichristodoulou of London South Bank University, as well as discussion panels on various aspects of the conference theme. There was a great deal of discussion about the new forms of digital research and engagement in a time, where as Professor Jones put it during his keynote address, we are seeing the ‘eversion’ of the ‘cyber’ into the ‘real world’.
Parts of the conference will be made available on the Trinity Long Room Hub podcast in the coming weeks. A summary of the day’s events and conversations can be found at the Twitter hashtag #dahphdie, which is embedded as a Storify below: