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Black Studies and Digital Humanities: A Growing List of Online Resources

[Compiled by Kenton Rambsy & Goyland Williams]

I am interested in online mediums, blogs in
particular, can be used as a space to think through ideas when preparing larger
publications, getting immediate feedback, and simply giving larger audiences
access to new ideas and information.  In
terms of bridging the gap between “Digital Humanities” and “Black Studies,” developing
an online presence is crucial. Online websites concerning black culture serve
as points of entry for how wider audiences engage in scholarship about African
American life and history.
Below, this list constitutes the growing “digital resources”
by professors, public figures, collective groups, and institutions that can be
used to discuss and study issues in Black Studies. Ranging from the personal blog of Professor Adam Banks and rhetorical matters
to digital archives of HistoryMakers, the innovative means by which social
networking and online mediums are used to create and shape conversations about
black culture is noteworthy.
Related:




Individual Scholars/Public Figures Blogs


Talking Book Blog—Prof. Adam Banks

 
Collective Group Blogs
 
 
Institutional Digital Archives
 

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