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Culture, Creativity, and Information Technology

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Landscape ecologist Eric Sanderson, one of the first VAI-SSRC New York Prize Fellows in Sustainable Cities and the Social Sciences, discusses his project, "Manhattan 2409," in an SSRC video interview.

Culture, Creativity, and Information Technology (CC&IT) examines the relationship between digital technologies and cultural production, with a focus on bringing research and practitioner communities into closer dialogue. Since 2001, the project has sponsored collaboration between social scientists, legal scholars, artists, and architects and designers. Some of this work has been published in Structures of Participation in Digital Culture (2007).


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