Penny Travlou

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"I am a Lecturer in Cultural Geography and Theory at the Edinburgh School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture, University of Edinburgh. My research is interdisciplinary, focusing on the politics of public space, urban theory, visual & digital culture, transdisciplinarity and ethnography. I was Co-Investigator at the EU-funded (HERA JRP) project "Electronic Literature as a Model of Creativity and Innovation in Practice" where through my ethnographic fieldwork, I looked at how creative networked communities of digital practitioners form within transnational and transcultural contexts in a globalised and distributed communications environment. I was also Principal Investigator on the UK Arts and Humanities Research Council funded project "Creation and Publication of the Digital Manual: authority, authorship and voice" (http://sites.ace.ed.ac.uk/digital-manual/)."

Ethnographies of Co-Creation and Collaboration as Models of Creativity (http://elmcip.net/critical-writing/ethnographies-co-creation-and-collaboration-models-creativity)

Rhizomes, Lines and Nomads: Doing Fieldwork with Creative Networked Communities (http://elmcip.net/critical-writing/rhizomes-lines-and-nomads-doing-fieldwork-creative-networked-communities)

Distributed Authorship and Creative Communities (http://elmcip.net/critical-writing/distributed-authorship-and-creative-communities-0)