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Posters: XVI Recovery Conference

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    • #57361

      Lorena Gauthereau
      Participant
      @lgauthereau

      Welcome to the Poster presentations for the XVI Recovering the US Hispanic Literary Heritage Conference, held virtually on April 8-9, 2022. Presenters should upload their presentations (PDF format) and any supporting documents as a reply to this thread. To ask a question or post a comment, please click reply, type in your question, then click submit.

      More guidance on how to use the discussion space is available on the DH2020 site (includes screenshots): How to View and Respond to a Presentation in Discussions

      For more information about the virtual conference, please visit the XVI Recovering the US Hispanic Literary Heritage Conference webpage.

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    • #57369

      Amanda Makula
      Participant
      @amakula

      “Low and Slow: Lowriders Cruise into Digital Archive”
      Amanda Y. Makula, Digital Initiatives Librarian & Associate Professor, University of San Diego

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    • #57394

      Carlos Campos Jr.
      Participant
      @carloscamposjr

      “Shifting Demographics in Houston”
      Carlos Campos Jr., REACH Scholar, University of Houston

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    • #57515

      Mikaela Selley
      Participant
      @mikaelaselley

      “Periodicals in the US-Mexico Border Region” / “Periódicos en la Región Fronteriza EE.UU.-México”

      Mikaela Selley, Program Manager, Recovery Project  @mikaelaselley

      Yanina Hernández, Research Assistant, Recovery Project  @yaninamhernandez

      Javier Franco, Research Assistant, Recovery Project  @javierfranco

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    • #57603

      Shine Trabucco
      Participant
      @sstrabucco

      “Memory and Storytelling: Developing Digital Scrapbooks”

      Roselia Banuelos, Research Fellow

      Shine Trabucco, Research Fellow

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    • #57605

      Nati Roman
      Participant
      @nroman

      “Chicano Student Activism at SAC, 1970 – 1985”

      Nati Roman, MAS Program, San Antonio College

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    • #57623

      Alejandro Aguilar
      Participant
      @aguilaralejandro0

      “James L. Novarro Archive”

      Alejandro Aguilar, REACH Scholar, University of Houston

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        Alejandro Aguilar
        Participant
        @aguilaralejandro0

        Apologies, for some reason by original upload failed twice.

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