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.
2023 Summer Incubator Awardees
- Heather Akou, Associate Professor and Program Director, Fashion Design (Eskenazi School of Art, Architecture, + Design), Uniform Histories: A Virtual Museum & Archive
- Drew Heiderscheidt, PhD Candidate in Geography (College of Arts & Sciences), Carceral Power on the Front Range: Mapping & Archiving the Prison Industrial Complex in Colorado, 1850s-Present
- Sean Purcell, PhD Candidate in the Media School, The Tuberculosis Specimen Dissertation Platform
- Willa Tavernier, Research Impact & Open Scholarship Librarian, Scholarly Communication, Out of Context: Designing a Framework for Cross-Cultural Application of the IDAH Community Archiving Toolkit