IDAH Summer Incubator
The IDAH Summer Incubator extends IDAH's mission of support for digital-methods teaching, research and creative projects to a week-long, intensive workshop that provides cross-campus resources for faculty and graduate students engaged in digital arts & humanities projects. The Summer Incubator is designed to help faculty/research scientists/scholars and graduate students identify digital tools and publishing platforms, coordinate with librarians and technology specialists on campus, estimate project costs and duration, prototype a project component, and prepare effective grant proposals for external funding.
The IDAH Summer Incubator program is designed to ensure a well-planned, phased approach to digital project development to promote success in each of the steps in a successful internal-to-external funding pipeline.
2018 Summer Incubator Awardees
- Giselle Cunanan, PhD Candidate, American Studies: Diversity and Social Change in the Modern University
- Khadijah Edwards, PhD Candidate, African American and African Diaspora Studies: A Revolution Deferred
- Cordula Grewe, Associate Professor, Art History: The Museum Age between Innovation, War and Reconstruction: Pedagogy, Politics, and Digital Art History, 1820-2020
- Allen Hahn, Associate Professor, Theatre, Drama and Contemporary Dance: The Secret City: A Tech-infused Real World Choose Your Own Adventure with Cross-disciplinary Ties
- Alison Martin, PhD Candidate, Folklore and Ethnomusicology: Hearing Gentrification: Soundscape Recording and Analysis in Shaw, Washington, DC
- Ellen Wu, Associate Professor, History: OVERREPRESENTED: Asian Americans in the Age of Affirmative Action