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South Asian Digital Humanities

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Organizer: Zunaira Yousaf

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Roopika Risam in her New Digital Worlds (2019) argues that the postcolonial digital pedagogy aims to show “how print culture has played a role in constructing a world that privileges the stories, voices, and values of the Global North and how digital cultures in the twenty-first century reproduce these practices, contributing to the epistemological marginalization of the Global South” (89). To counter the cultural imperialism of the Global North, this panel seeks pedagogical, archival and critical projects which aim to empower and represent postcolonial perspectives on digital humanities with special focus on South Asia. Please submit a 250-words proposal describing the objectives, theory, method, and form (website, podcast etc) of your digital project.  

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