Hannah Alpert-Abrams and Clayton McCarl. “Digital Humanities & Colonial Latin American Studies.” Digital Humanities Quarterly 14.4. 2020.
This special issue of Digital Humanities Quarterly examines intersections between colonial Latin American studies (CLAS) and digital humanities (DH) theory and practice. The essays collected here touch on matters that pertain to numerous fields, including anthropology, archaeology, art history, history, linguistics, and literature. By doing so in a digital context, they blur the lines between many of these fields, and point to several major themes that predominate across digital humanities scholarship today.