Jordan Biro, a Center for Regional Studies George I. Sanchez Fellow at the Center for Southwest Research in University Libraries, gives this talk on her research into the history of the Taos Artists' Colony and on one member of that colony, writer Myron Brinig.
Biro is working toward her Ph.D. on the history of sexual migrations made by gay men and lesbians to the west in the 1940's – 1970's. In this talk she discusses Brinig and his insight in to the art colony.
To listen to Biro's talk visit: Wide-Open Town.
- Inside UNM