The 2012 Annual Meeting of the Southwest Oral History Association will feature a number of UNM Faculty and students. The conference is scheduled for Friday-Saturday, April 13-14 at the Hotel Albuquerque.
Featured presenters include Kristen S. Valencia on "Binational Celebrations and Bicultural Identify in Ambos Nogales," Linda Eleshuk Roybal on "The Nuevomexicano Village: Life Narratives of Northern New Mexico Hispanos/as, Carmella Scorcia, on "Witch Tales of El Guache New Mexico: An Ethno Poetic Analysis, Carmen Samora on "Three New Mexican Families: Art and Identity, Jane Sinclair on "The New Buffalo? The Visual Language of Pueblo Indian Gaming."
In addition there will be a session on "The New Mexico Connection: Explorations of Place-Based Community Narratives" featuring Theresa J. Cordova on "Brides-to-be: Bereavement in Chihuahua City, Mexico and at El Rito, New Mexico," Jaelyn de Maria on "Voices from the Garden: Claiming Space and Growing Community Connections in New Mexico," and Stephanie M. Sanchez on "I remember when we were growing up…Continuity and Change in San Rafael, New Mexico."
For more information on the program, visit: SOHA Program.
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