Digital Humanities is an experiment that will become a leading factor in many issues that are present in the discussion around African scholarship and knowledge institutes: decolonizing the academia, filling gaps of access to literature, and developing new fields of research. During a DH workshop held in Leiden in July 2019, (see: http://lorentz.bridginghumanities.com), three fields of Digital Humanities came to the fore as important and developing in African Scholarship: cultural heritage (silenced histories), political change and the digital, and language analysis. In this panel we will continue the discussion on how DH can further develop in African knowledge institutes and how it can become one of the elements to bridge knowledge production in Africa to other knowledge centres in the world.
Accepted papers:Session 1
Anja Veirman (LUCA School of Arts Ghent) Tiecoura N’Daou (Conservatoire des Arts et Métiers Multimédia Balla Fasseké Kouyaté )