Patrícia Amaral, Associate Professor in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese and IDAH Faculty Fellow.
ABOUT THIS TALK
Successful grant applications presuppose that the investigator has a track record of excellent publications in the field. At the same time, starting a new research project, especially in Digital Humanities, often requires funding from grants. This seems to create a vicious cycle: how do we produce the outcomes (presentations, publications) to obtain the resources needed in the first place? This workshop will discuss several strategies for developing phased research outcomes that utilize current funding and help support future grant applications. Building on concrete examples from my own experience in a linguistics project involving Digital Humanities, we will discuss strategies for producing layered publications and will consider the many advantages of a stepwise approach to structuring research projects. During this workshop, participants will be invited to develop their own research plan following these guidelines in order to maximize outcomes and funding potential in their field.
This workshop will be lead by Patrícia Amaral, Associate Professor in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese and IDAH Faculty Fellow.