Candice Jansen is a New Archival Visions Digital Curatorial Fellow at the Centre for Humanities Research at the University of the Western Cape. In 2022, she was an ACLS African Humanities Post-doctoral Fellow. Her doctoral dissertation was completed at WiSER (Wits Institute for Social and Economic Research), entitled COLOURED BLACK: The Life & Works of South African Photographers, Cedric Nunn and Ernest Cole (2019). Jansen served as Curator of Research and Exhibitions at the Market Photo Workshop (2019-2021). She is the editor of Black Photo Libraries, a research collection on photographic legacies. Jansen has curated, written and spoken on photography for the Museum of Modern Art, the World Press Photo Joop Swartz Masterclass, Magnum Photos, Toronto Photography Seminar, Johannesburg Art Gallery, Aperture, the Centres for Learning Photography in Africa, Tate Modern and The Centre for Documentary Studies at Duke University.