Identity and Digital Humanities

One of the core challenges to digital humanities has grown from the recognition of how digital canonical narrative all too easily replicates patterns of exclusion in the print canon. This has given rise to an impressive set of digital humanities projects that embrace postcolonial, feminist, and critical race theoretical frameworks. In section, the experiences of Maryemma Graham, Hilary Green, Dhanashree Thorat, and Roopika Risam highlight the transformative nature of this digital scholarship and how our understanding of identity, community, and power is reshaped by digital praxis.


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