The primary aim of the DHARTI (Digital Humanities Alliance for Research and Teaching Innovations) blog is to curate short articles, reflections and provocations, to promote conversations around digital practices in arts and humanities scholarship in India, both within and beyond academic institutions. In an attempt to decolonize Digital Humanities, we are committed to amplifying voices of marginalized populations and communities, whose voices get left out of the DH conversation.
We envision this blog as a space that will allow us to reach a wider range of audience, with varying degrees of interest in Digital Humanities in India.
Please join us as we work towards imagining futures of DH and reckon with the contemporary debates of the field. …