A male and female student seated at computer with a professor standing behind. The female is using a computer keyboard and mouse and has large headphones on.


Brock University has announced that its digital humanities centre has become the Department of Digital Humanities. The new name was chosen in response to the growth of Brock’s digital humanities unit, as well as the increased demand for interactive media education and research. “Games continue to be a global juggernaut culturally, socially, and economically,” said Brock Department Chair and Associate Professor Jason Hawreliak. “Issues like cybersecurity, online misinformation, and artificial intelligence have never been more important.”


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