Digital Culture in New Mexico

This list of digital cultural institutions or organizations in New Mexico is not complete, but your suggestions can help improve it! This list is for information only; NMHC does not endorse or have any responsibility for the work of these organizations.  

 

Digital Art & Storytelling

ArtHouse (Santa Fe)

Meow Wolf (Santa Fe)

Paseo Project (Taos)

Storylab Interactive (Albuquerque)

 

Cultural Projects

Atlas of NM Cultural Sites, DCA (app available in iTunes and Play Store)

Digital Cuentos, UNM

Pools of Poetry, NHCC (Echoes XYZ app available in iTunes and Play Store)

Indigenous Digital Archive, MIAC

OSH Special Projects, OSH

Manitos Digital Resolana

 

Higher Ed

New Mexico Digital Collections, University of New Mexico

Center for Cultural Technology, New Mexico Highlands

Southwestern DH Resources

This list was compiled by the #SouthwesternDH Organizing Panel at the Third Utah Symposium on the Digital Humanities. The NMHC does not endorse nor is responsible for any of the linked content.

Are We Good Neighbors? Mapping Discrimination Against Mexican Americans in 1940s Texas »

50 Playwrights Project »

A Visual History of Chicano/a Literature »

ACT UP Oral History Project »

Border Postcards Views »

Border Studies Archive »

Borderlands Archives Cartography »

Bracero History Archive »

Chicago Latino Archive: A century of Chicago Latino Art »

Chicana Diasporic »

Chicana M(other)work »

Chicana Por Mi Raza »

Civil Rights Digital Library »

Civil Rights in Black and Brown: Oral history project »

Database of Latino Poet Laureates in the US »

Delis Negron Digital Archive »

Dia de los Muertos »

Digital Public Library of America (DPLA): Activism in the United States. »

Digital Transgender Archive »

Ecos del desierto »

Ellas tienen nombre »

Farmworker Movement Documentation Project »

Femme Frontera »

Following the Manito Trail »

Google Arts & Culture: Latino Cultures in the US »

Hispanic Hartford »

Hurricane Memorial »

La Bloga »

Latina/o Mobility in California History »

Latino Art Now Chicago Virtual Gallery »

Los Tejanos »

Make the Road New York »

Mapping New York City's Nineteenth-Century Latina/o Press »

Mapping Violence »

Mexican American Art since 1848 »

Monroe Work Today (inclusive of Latinx narratives in the history of lynching) »

Migration is Beautiful »

Mujeres Talk »

Museo Eduardo Carrillo »

New Roots: Voices from Carolina del Norte!/Nuevas Raíces: Voces de Carolina del Norte! »

Onda Latina: The Mexican American Experience »

Oral Narratives of Latin@s in Ohio »

Radicalism Collection »

Refusing to Forget »

Seatle Civil Rights & Labor History Project »

The Chicana/o Gothic »

The Latina History Project »

The Pueblo Papers »

This Bridge Called Cyberspace »

Tierras fronterizas en la mira »

UMD Home Stories »

UT's The South Texas Border: Photos from the Robert Runyon Collection »

UTEP'S Institute of Oral History »

NIU Latinx Oral History Project »

Latinx Talk »

Listening to Puerto Rico »

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