Public and Digital History

Chicana/o Activism in the Southern Plains Through Time and Space

Digital History

Chicana/o Activism in the Southern Plains Through Time and Space

Selected Publications for the Wider Public

Dynamic Digital Methods for Integrating Local History into Public History Institutions and the K-16 Classroom; a Western History Association Sponsored Workshop.” The Future of the Past (blog). November 26, 2018.

The Digital Present and Future of the Past: Digital History at the 2018 Organization of American Historians Annual Meeting.”The Future of the Past (blog). April 23, 2018.

Mass Migrant Deaths in the Borderlands and the Politics of Mexican-Americanism.” Borderlands History (blog). January 30, 2018.

Digitally Mapping the Plains’ Chicana/o Movement.” The Future of the Past (blog). August 30, 2017.

“Aztlan Park,” “Brown Plaza and Casa de la Cultura,” “La Mujer Obrera,” “Pike Park,” “San Elizario.” Hispanic Texans: Journey from Empire to Democracy, A Guide for Heritage Travelers. Austin: Texas Historical Commission, 2015.

“Where Does Chicano Come From and What Does Chicano Mean?” El Editor (Lubbock,   TX), October 24, 2013.  

“Cecilia Rodriguez: A Notable Latina.” Latinitas Magazine, January 2013.

Research Report

Lead Author. Application for Proposed San Elizario Historical Arts District, San Elizario, Texas. Austin, TX: Office of State Representative Mary E. González, 2013.