So here is the link to the presentation I did on Digital Theology at the recent interview process I went through with the Department of Theology and Religion. Still awaiting my contract and confirmation from this so just to say that it was *a wonderful experience*.
Basically you'll see that what I want to say by the end of the slide is that "digital" in "digital humanities" or "digital theology" has something more to say about the cultural setting of the theology that we are doing (or the humanities that we are doing) rather than the use of technology or computing forms...
It's all about the culture, stupid!
The next post is a reflection on Prof Melissa Terras' inaugural lecture at UCL which seemed to say much the same kind of thing but with a slightly larger/wider remit.