Labs Are for the Humanities, Too

“Most scientists are accustomed to spending time in a lab. But for many humanities scholars, the lab is unfamiliar territory. The humanities lab aims to change that. Faculty members and students in humanities labs seek to use inquiry to advance collaborative, often interdisciplinary research. The emphasis isn't on the type of experiments one might find in a physics lab, but on the collaborative aspect of conducting research together.”

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Maxine Joselow, “Labs Are for the Humanities, Too,” Inside Higher Ed, July 12, 2016, https://www.insidehighered.com/news/2016/07/12/conference-explores-humanities-labs