John Lavagnino: how to get in touch

I’m very happy to hear from students, colleagues, and anyone else who wants to get in touch; this page is here to help save you effort in doing this.

Normally email to John.Lavagnino@kcl.ac.uk is the best way to reach me, and you should expect a response within 24 hours. If you flag a mail message in the subject line with EMERGENCY I’ll respond sooner if I can. Perfectly reasonable messages sometimes get marked as spam by our mail system, so please send me a further inquiry if you haven’t received an answer after a day.

My office is at King’s College London, Strand campus, but not in the main building in the Strand: instead I’m at 26–29 Drury Lane, second floor, room 214 (look here for a map).

During the King’s teaching terms I have regular office hours when I’m guaranteed to be here and all students at King's are encouraged to just drop in whenever they like: in the spring term of 2017, my office hours are Tuesdays from 2 to 3 PM and Thursdays from 10 to 11 AM. This is for January 16 through March 31, and skipping the week of February 20.

For students at King's I also have a Doodle signup page for selecting scheduled appointments: please email me for the link if you don't have it.

Please email me about making an appointment at some other time if those options don't work. You are always welcome to just drop by, but I’m often out of the office teaching classes, attending meetings, doing research in the British Library, or the like. Propose some times that would be convenient for you and I’m sure we can arrange something.

Or you can phone my office, at 020 7848 2453 (outside the United Kingdom, it’s +44 20 7848 2453). I don’t always answer the phone even when I’m in the office, because flesh-and-blood visitors get priority. I don’t check answering-machine messages when out of the office.

My postal address at King’s is:

Dr John Lavagnino
Department of Digital Humanities
King’s College London
Strand
London WC2R 2LS
United Kingdom

For personal visits or courier shipments, it’s:

Dr John Lavagnino
Department of Digital Humanities
King’s College London
26–29 Drury Lane
London WC2B 5RL
United Kingdom