cREDITS and Acknowledgements  


As part of our  Digital Publishing Pilot, the 2014 onsite exhibit, “Objects of Affection” has been recast as a digital storytelling project.  Working with our donor funded Digital Publishing Research Fellow, jaime ding, the project aims to enhance access to Cal Poly scholarship through a digitally immersive, interactive system that focuses on collaboration, accessible approaches, and recognition of individuals’ places within structural systems. This structural solution brings inclusive practices, equity, and justice to the forefront of scholarly publishing at Cal Poly — centering historically underrepresented identities, perspectives, and creativity.   

 

We gratefully acknowledge the work of students, staff, and faculty, and sponsors whose work we have built upon, whos work created the 2014 onsite exhibit “Objects of Affection” and was the basis of this digital retelling. 

 

Faculty Scholar: Dr. Grace Yeh, Ethnic Studies Department

 

Creative Works Editor: jaime ding, Digital Publishing Research Fellow

 

Students: Jett Solana, Art ‘22

 

 

 

Acknowledgements from the 2014 Exhibit

Poster depicting all of the families from the Re/Co project. “The mission of the Re/Collecting Project is to help foster a fuller understanding of the diverse communities on California’s Central Coast by providing the means to share stories and story materials. RE/COLLECTING PROJECT An ethnic studies memory project of California’s Central Coast. 

Thank you to all of our story-sharers—local individuals, families, and organizations—for giving us the opportunity to learn from you!

 

The mission of the Re/Collecting Project is to help foster a fuller understanding of the diverse communities on California’s Central Coast by providing the means to share stories and story materials.

 

Share your story at reco.calpoly.edu. 

 

SPONSORS 

 

Robert E. Kennedy Library

 

MultiCultural Center Ethnic Studies

 

California Central Coast Chapter of the Filipino American National Historical Society, (FANHS-CCCC)

 

California Humanities

 

Collaborators

 

ROBERT E. KENNEDY LIBRARY

 

Catherine J. Trujillo

 

Ragini Sahai, Art & Design, 2014
Ben Kieffer, Graphic Communication, 2014
Audrey Anne Magwili, Graphic Communication, 2014
Lauren Miller, Art & Design, 2015
Vanessa Pham, Communication Studies, 2015
Matt Rice, Graphic Communication, 2014
Emily Wang, Art & Design, 2016

 

 

 

CAL POLY STUDENT SCHOLARS

 

Liberal Arts and Engineering Studies

 

Vanessa Carranza, Aerospace Engineering, 2015
Memphis Wong, LAES, 2015
Austin Cade, BioMed, 2015
Sam Canino, LAES, 2016

 

Ethnic Studies

 

Kate O’Leary, Comparative Ethnic Studies, 2014
Student interviewers from Dr. Denise Sheridan’s and Dr. Grace Yeh’s Ethnic Studies courses

 

Architecture

 

Carla Bernal, Architecture, 2016
Adriana Duarte Dionicio, Architecture, 2016

 

Mechanical Engineering

 

Charlie Refvem, Mechatronics Concentration, 2015

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