Keywords:African Digital Humanities, Electronic literature, Digital culture, Digital divide, Generative text, littérature numérique, lecture double, lecture étroite , Procedural model, theory, Computer generated-novel, Modèle procédural, création numérique, humanités numériques, Philippe Bootz, Richard Ajah, Davin Heckman, Charles Berebon, Alan Bigelow, Yohanna Waliya, Nick Montfort
This Maiden Edition of Multilingual African Digital Semiotics and E-lit Journal (MADSEJ) is dedicated to selected peer-previewed articles harvested from the second annual conference African Electronic Literature Alliance International Workshop Conference (AELAIWC2022) whose theme was E-Literary Procedural Creativity on Digital platforms and Metaverse/création numérique procédurale de la Littérature métaverselle et littérature dispositive, virtually anchored from the Centre for Digital Humanities University of Lagos (CEDHUL).
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