Digital Social Science

The Digital Social Science Cluster focuses on teaching and research in the digital social sciences.

We look at the affordances and limitations of new digital methods, research ethics, data access issues, problems related to corporate relationships, and the design and use of new tools. We also collaborate with other CDCS clusters and host local, national and international colleagues for talks and workshops. As a “methods lab” we aim to make methods, tools, datasets, and projects accessible to students and staff.

This cluster is led by Karen GregoryMorgan Currie and Kate Miltner.

Join us to challenge, create, and make change happen.