12019-03-18T13:30:45-07:00Andrea Davise50475e163fb87bc8bd10c6c0244468fd91e8da5316363plain2019-03-18T21:55:51-07:00Andrea Davise50475e163fb87bc8bd10c6c0244468fd91e8da5"Projects are both nouns and verbs: A project is a kind of scholarship that requires design, management, negotiation, and collaboration. It is also scholarship that projects, in the sense of futurity, as something which is not yet. Projects are often pursued in teams, with collaborators bringing complementary skill-sets and interests to conceptualize the research questions being investigated and design possible trajectories for them to be answered. Hence, projects are projective, involving iterative processes and many dimensions of coordination, experimentation, and production."
Anne Burdick, Johanna Drucker, Peter Lunenfeld, Todd Presner, and Jeffrey Schnapp, Digital_Humanities, (Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press, 2012), 124.
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12019-02-22T19:09:46-08:00Project Laboratory94Andrea Davisplain8046632019-03-25T00:50:24-07:00The project laboratory is divided into three roughly equal parts. Part one will be organized as a roundtable that covers the below listed principles of project design and management. Part two provides participants with an opportunity to consult with institute faculty to create a project proposal for their research or teaching, and part three is dedicated to the presentation of participant proposals and discussion of next steps.