#HASTAC17 Digital Poster and Traditional Poster Award Winners

Many engaging and innovative poster presentations were displayed at HASTAC17. A huge round of applause to all of those who presented! This year, awards were given for three digital posters and three traditional posters. Listed below are the winners of each contest.



Digital Posters

Critical Cataloging: Examining LCSH as Text (Mia Tignor, University of Central Florida)

Queerty is not the Queer Me: An Interactive Conversation on Queer Minority Representation Online (David Cordero, Dartmouth College)

Interconnecting culture in the ESL classroom: Using smartphones to develop an intercultural approach to second language learning (J.D. Swerzenski, UMass Amherst)

Traditional Posters

Visualizing Difficult Historical Realities: The Uncle Sam Plantation Project (David Neville and Sarah Purcell, Grinnell College)

The Suffrage Postcard Project (Alexander Cendrowski, University of South Florida)

Textual Analysis and the Hard Problem of Interdisciplinary “Information” (Dallas Liddle, Augsburg University)