Registration is now open for Code as Conversation: Transmedia Dialogues Around Critical Code Studies, a one-day conference on the dynamic field of critical code studies, organised by CDH researchers Claire Carroll and Orla Delaney.

Register here by Saturday 25 May

When and where?

The conference will be held in person at the University of Cambridge on Saturday 1 June 2024. Panels will take place between 9am and 5pm in Room SG1 of the Alison Richard Building on the Sidgwick Site. Lunch and refreshments will be served in the Atrium of the building, which is directly outside SG1.

Participants should make their dietary and access requirements known on the e-sales form. Should you wish to discuss any specifics, please get in touch via We will do our best to accommodate any requests.


We are delighted to share that David Berry, Professor of Digital Humanities at the University of Sussex, will deliver the keynote on Critiquing Code Alignment: Tracing “Forward Alignment” and “Backward Alignment” in Critical Code Studies. The keynote will accompany a varied programme of panels and experimental talks from researchers in multiple disciplines – the details of which will be announced closer to the time of the conference.

How to register and fees

Please find full registration instructions here. Registration closes at 23:00 UK time on Saturday 25 May, one week prior to the start of the conference. There are limited places available, so early booking is encouraged. Registration will become active once payment is received via the university eSales platform.

  • Standard (employed): £20
  • Subsidised (unemployed/student): £10
  • Speakers: no fee


There are limited bursary places for individuals who are not able to afford the cost of the conference and can demonstrate how attending the conference will be beneficial for their work or study. If you wish to be considered for a bursary, please contact by Wednesday 1 May 2024.

Contact us

Any questions? For all enquiries, please contact

  • Posted 4 Apr 2024

Cambridge Digital Humanities

Tel: +44 1223 766886