Update 4/5/17: We’ve come a long way since the below post from 2011. In the meantime, examples of Humanities posters are still few and far between. In anticipation of my department hosting a poster session for our English majors, I’ve created a handy poster how-to for the Humanities that others might find useful.


Ah ha! Now I get it. I’ve converted my narrative text into a visual (sort of) for my poster at the Digital Humanities Conference 2011 (Stanford).  Cool. Can’t wait to print it up.

Play & Pedagogy Poster


Course Websites:  www.sjsu.edu/faculty/harris/Courses.htm

Harris, Katherine D. “TechnoRomanticism in the Undergraduate Classroom: Using Cool Digital (Google) Tools to Read Romantic-Era Literature.” Journal of Victorian Culture 16:1 (2011 April): 107-112.

Day of Katherine D. Harris.” Day in the Life Digital Humanities Project. Ed. Geoffrey Rockwell. University of Alberta. March 2009 and repeated in March 2010 and March 2011.

Teaching Romanticism: An RC Pedagogies Blog. Ed. Kate Singer.

THATCamp Bay Area (Oct 2010).

DH & Pedagogy & Undergrads: Continuing the Conversation.” triproftri research blog (March 2011)

Student Projects

General List of Student Projects from 2005-2011

Becker, Hannah. Euphoria: Inspired by “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock.”

Coco, Michael. “Creating an Iconic Creature.”

Nguyen, Michelle. “Digitizing Live Theatre!

Techno-Romantic Era Timeline (Fall 2009)

Stephens, Alison. “Voici Mon Historie” (from Spring 2010 – revision of Frankenstein, a blog by the creature written partially in French & explaining his point of view).