The University Libraries' Center for Regional Studies, Center for Southwest Research & Special Collections and Office of Graduate Studies are hosting the 2017 Fellows Colloquium April 12, 13 and 18 in the Waters Room (#105) at Zimmerman Library. Graduate student fellows working for the CSWR will make brief presentations of their work from the semester. All are welcome to attend. For more information, call 277‑6451.
Full schedule of presentations:
Wednesday, April 12, 2-4 p.m.
* Pamela Herrington, Scholarly Communications Fellow
Ensuring Access to Scholarly Communication: Changes to SORA and UNM’s Digital Repository
* Barbara Korbal, Pictorial Fellow
Preserving Historical Memory: The Margaret Randall Pictorial Collection
* Shelby Magee, Archaeological Collections Fellow
Sunbelt (De)industrialization: Economic Change in Albuquerque from the 1970s to Today
Thursday, April 13, 10 a.m.- noon
*Katelyn Bladel, Cultural Landscape Pictorial Fellow
Roadside Aesthetics: How the Automobile Transformed the Consumer's Visual Experience
* Erin Fussell, Architecture and Design Documentation Fellow
Vernacular Landscape as Metaphor: the J.B. Jackson Collections for Creative Research
* Margie Montañez, New Mexico Document Heritage Fellow
Women, Gender, and Archives: Case Studies from the William G. Ritch Collection
Tuesday, April 18, 2 p.m.-4 p.m.
* Darcy Brazen, Tony Hillerman Digital Fellow
Digital Archives: Mapping a Southwest Legacy
* Maxine Marks, New Mexican Art, Decorative Art and Historic Furnishing Documentation Fellow
The Life of a Bench: Historic Preservation & the Archive
* Feliza Monta Collaguazo, Post-custodial Spanish American Collections Fellow
UNM & the Fideicomiso Archivos Plutarco Elías Calles y Fernando Torreblanca: The Challenges and Opportunities of Supporting Post-custodial Open Access to Special Collections Surrogates