Exploration of digital ideas is an important part of our archival work. The Annual Digital Lecture offers the opportunity to hear from a leading speaker on a topic related to digital research, in addition to highlighting some of the innovative digital work happening at The National Archives. This year, we have published a series of three blogs about our digital research, which you can see here.
This year’s Annual Digital Lecture, ‘Data Feminism and the Archive’, which was given by Lauren F Klein of Emory University, took place on 27 October 2021.
2021: Lauren F Klein, ‘Data Feminism and the Archive’. You can watch the lecture here.
2020: Carly Kind, ‘The death of anonymity in the age of identity’. You can listen to the audio recording of the online event here.
You can see our 2020 Annual Digital Lecture: Staff research poster exhibition here.
2019: Safiya Noble, ‘Algorithms of Oppression’. You can watch a video from the event here.
2018: Luciano Floridi, University of Oxford, ‘Semantic Capital: what it is and how to protect it’. This lecture was not recorded.