Centre for Digital Cultures

The Centre for Digital Cultures (CDC) at Leuphana University of Lüneburg, Germany, is a research and development hub dedicated to the study of the digital shift: the pervasive digitization of society and its social, political, and economic effects. It seeks to conduct research, foster innovation, and improve knowledge transfer between academia and media, cultural, and creative sectors.

Loosely modeled on the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University in Cambridge, MA, and the Centre for Internet & Society in Bangalore, India, the CDC combines basic research and transdisciplinary knowledge creation with experimental and interventionist media practices. The CDC serves as a hub and experimental space, where partners from academia, civil society, and industry cooperate and develop new concepts, theories, formats, applications, and interventions. ...

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