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Intersectionality in Digital Humanities

Barbara Bordalejo Roopika Risam

208 pages
Amsterdam University Press
As digital humanities has expanded in scope and content, questions of how to negotiate the overlapping influences of race, class, gender, sexuality, nation, and other dimensions that shape data, archives, and methodologies have come to the fore. Taking up these concerns, the authors in this volume explore their effects on the methodological, political, and ethical practices of digital humanities.
Author Bio
Barbara Bordalejo ================= Barbara Bordalejo is a textual critic and digital humanist with a background in English literature. She is Assistant Professor at KU Leuven, Belgium. Roopika Risam ============= Roopika Risam is Assistant Professor of English at Salem State University, Mass. Her research focuses on the role of digital humanities in African diaspora studies.