Brian Luna Lucero, the Center for Southwest Research Clinton P. Anderson fellow, explores changes digital resources are making for scholars in  his talk, "Special Collections and Digital Humanities Scholarship." Lucero has worked in the public service area of University Libraries over the past year teaching students to use resources in the library.

In this talk he speaks about digital humanities and how technology offers scholars new ways to explore age old questions such as how do we make sense of the world? or how do we handle change?

Lucero is a Ph.D. candidate in history studying the U.S. West.  His dissertation focuses on the memory and commemoration of the Spanish colonial past in the American Southwest in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

Listen to his talk


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