Introducing the 2016-17 ADHO Communications Fellows

Each year, two early career scholars are selected through a competitive process to work with ADHO’s Communications Chair to promote ADHO and its constituents’ outreach mission through the publication of news releases, blog posts, listserv announcements, and social media posts. We at ADHO are pleased to announce our 2016-17 Communications Fellows:
 
Sarah E. Hackney received their MSLIS with an Advanced Certificate in Digital Humanities in Spring 2016 from the Pratt Institute School of Information, and will begin doctoral studies at the University of Pittsburgh School of Information Sciences in Fall 2016. Their research interests are in self-documentation and best practices among online communities and how identities are performed and bias replicated within knowledge-creation communities. You can find them on Twitter at @fiiidget, or visit http://shackney.org/
 
Maribel Hidalgo-Urbaneja is a PhD Candidate at the University of Glasgow Humanities Advanced Technologies and Information Institute HATII. She is completing a definition of digital narratives in art museums’ online publications and exhibitions that combines narratology with museum professionals’ and art historians’ perspectives. She has worked on digital projects at the National Gallery of Art in Washington DC and The Fruitmarket Gallery in Edinburgh. You can find her on Twitter @MaribelHU and her website http://m-hidalgo.com