In the Times Colonist this past Sunday (October 27th), journalist Peigi McGillivray published a UVic KnowlEDGE piece on the Maker Lab. McGillivray’s article, “Tinkering with Scholarship: UVic’s Maker Lab in the Humanities,” includes not only commentary from Ray Siemens but also details about our Kits for Cultural History project and a description of the Lab’s activities in general. The Maker Lab is thrilled with McGillivray’s synopsis of the work we do here, and with being described as an “innovative new research laboratory” that is “expanding the means and modes of humanities scholarship.” If you didn’t grab a copy of Sunday’s paper, then you can read the full article in HTML or PDF (care of UVic Communications).

Post by Karly Wilson, attached to the Makerspace and KitsforCulture categories, with the news tag. Image for this post care of Nik West and the Times Colonist.


More about Karly Wilson

MA Student, English | Assistant, Maker Lab and the Modernist Versions Project