Gilroy Goes Digital: A Visionary Volume on Black Tech Practice and Afro- Diasporic Voices in the Digital Humanities
The digital humanities are too white. This is what past and current scholarship in the field suggests. All the more reason that Roopika Risam’s and Kelly Baker Josephs’ edited collection The Digital Black Atlantic is an innovative and important contribution to the fields of digital humanities, Black studies, and beyond. This visionary volume on Afro-diasporic digital scholarship and Black approaches to digital tools has the potential to reform how the digital humanities are studied, taught, and thought.
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