Poster Session and Coffee Break

Poster Session and Coffee Break

Sponsored by Antiquariat Inlibris-Gilhofer

Posters to be exhibited:

Diversity Stories: a StoryCorps Project, Curtis Small, University of Delaware; Béatrice Colastin Skokan, University of Miami

Searching for Scribbling Women: Hands-on Research in Book History with Women’s Studies Students, Maggie Kopp, Brigham Young University

How Does Every Picture Tell a Story? Through Metadata, Marina Morgan and Gerrianne Schaad, Florida Southern College

Zines in Public Schools: Youth, Classrooms, and Print Culture, Kathryn Heffner, University of Iowa

Prison Sentences: Recovering the Voices of Prisoners Through an Exhibit, Kim Bell, Queen’s University

“And You Shall Tell Your Children on that Day”: The Passover Haggadah and the Power of Participatory Storytelling in Special Collections Exhibits, Rebeka Bedard, Emory University

Herstory: Digitizing the WARM Journals, Heather Carroll, St. Catherine University and Sara Butterfass, St. Catherine University

Exhibiting a Holocaust Survivor’s Story through Partnerships and Resource Sharing, Alia Levar Wegner, University of South Florida

A Macabre Tale: Assessing the mood elicited by an exhibit on Renaissance Medicine, Meg Frost, Brigham Young University

Strange and Wonderful: Engaging the Challenges of Cataloging Artists’ Books to Improve Access, Beth Shoemaker, Emory University