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4th Annual Princeton African Humanities Colloquium (PAHC) on Africa and Digital Humanities

November 16, 2020November 17, 2020 · via Zoom

The Princeton African Humanities Colloquium (PAHC), directed by Simon Gikandi (English), was established in 2013 to provide a forum to promote research and teaching in the humanities (broadly defined) at Princeton University and to incorporate the study of Africa in existing and future research projects.

PAHC organizes an annual colloquium on a major topic in African studies, bringing together scholars working on African humanities from Africa, North America, and other regions of the world. This year, the two-day colloquium will be on “Africa and Digital Humanities.”

For full schedule, speakers, and registration details, go to: https://pah.princeton.edu/colloquia/princeton-2020

Cosponsored by The Center for Digital Humanities, Humanities Council, PIIRS, Program in African Studies, Department of African American Studies, and The University Center for Human Values.

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