Welcome to the website dedicated to the Digital Latin American Cultures Network,  led by Prof. Claire Taylor of the University of Liverpool, Dr Thea Pitman of the University of Leeds, and Dr Tori Holmes of Queen’s University Belfast. The network researches the cultural dimensions of new media in Latin America, and includes analysis of digital cultural products such as blogs, apps, videogames, works of net.art, e-poetry or hypermedia novels, as well as more ethnographic study of the communities and practices that are generated by and through the use of new media in the region.

We welcome expressions of interest from and collaboration with scholars both nationally and internationally, including postgraduates and independent researchers. For further details, please contact Dr Claire Taylor (c.l.taylor -AT- liv.ac.uk), Dr Thea Pitman (t.pitman -AT- leeds.ac.uk) or Dr Tori Holmes (t.holmes -AT- qub.ac.uk).


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