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Michael Running Wolf Credit: Photo by Adam Glanzman/Northeastern University
Indigenous in AI - Lakota Language Camp
Thu, Jul 28, 2022, 1:46pm | By Ellen Dornan
In January 2022, Michael Running Wolf joined our Augmented Humanity podcast to talk about his efforts to create machine learning models for Indigenous languages. Recently he caught up with us to let us...
The La Fonda Hotel in Santa Fe, New Mexico, ca. 1930-1940. The La Fonda was built in 1922, and was acquired by the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad in 1925, who leased it to Fred Harvey. It was a Harvey House from 1926 to 1968. It has been locally own Credit: UNM Library, William A. Keleher Collection http://rmoa.unm.edu/docviewer.php?docId=nmupict000-742.xml
Mapping Queer History in New Mexico
Tue, May 31, 2022, 8:05am | By Ellen Dornan
For this month’s Augmented Humanity podcast, we’re talking with Dr. Amanda Regan, and Dr. Eric Gonzaba, co-creators of Mapping the Gay Guides, which is built around interactive geographic visualizations...
Credit: Private Augustus Walley Credit: National Museum of African American History and Culture, Ellen Dornan photographer
1867: A Snapshot of the Military Occupation of New Mexico
Mon, Nov 1, 2021, 3:54pm | By Ellen Dornan
The 1867 U.S. Topo Bureau map showing the Old Territory and Military Department of New Mexico, “compiled in the Bureau of Topographic Engineers of the War Department chiefly for military purposes under...
Howe, Henry. Historical Collections of the Great West, Volume I. 1855. James A. Roberts. Greenville, TN.
Map of the Indian Territory, Northern Texas and New Mexico, Showing the Great Western Prairies
Sun, Jul 25, 2021, 11:56am | By Ellen Dornan
Josiah Gregg's 1844 map is ostensibly included in Commerce of the Prairies to help the gentle reader follow the “Wild West” adventure to an exotic, foreign destination, but that neutrality is quickly belied by a closer look.
Credit: Mural near International Border Crossing as seen with AR viewer. (screengrab of the Augment El Paso app) Credit: Ellen Dornan, photographer
Why is El Paso in Texas?
Fri, Aug 27, 2021, 2:49pm | By Ellen Dornan
Today, Southern New Mexicans frequently cross the border to El Paso, Texas, to enjoy shopping and entertainment, perhaps appreciating the culture without understanding the long history of why El Paso...
Any views, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in these blog posts/articles do not necessarily represent those of the New Mexico Humanities Council or the National Endowment for the Humanities.
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