Sylvia Fernández

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Sylvia
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Fernandez
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I am Sylvia Fernández a P.h.D. student at the Hispanic Studies Department in the University of Houston. My focus of study is U.S. Latina/o Literature with a concentration in U.S.-Mexico Borderlands Literature. I am currently working as a Research Fellow at the Recovering the U.S. Hispanic Literary Heritage. In early 2017 together with a colleague, Maira Alvarez, we started a digital humanities project called, Borderlands Archives Cartography (BAC) that work with U.S.-Mexico borderlands newspapers from 1808 to 1930.

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ACH 2019 CFP

ACH 2019 CFP

November 10 2018
Call for Papers
Call for Proposals: Association for Computers and the Humanities 2019 http://ach2019.ach.org/cfp/cfp-call-for-participation-en/ CFP available in Spanish | French Deadline: November 10, 2018 Submit a proposal: https://www.conftool.org/ach2019 The inaugural Association for Computers and the...
Pittsburgh, PA
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webinar series, Desmantelando Fronteras/Breaking Down Borders

Webinar of Borderlands Archives Cartography: Archivo digital de periódicos de la frontera México-EE.UU.

November 28 2017
Event
Join us! Borderlands Archives Cartography will be doing a webinar in Spanish (video available in English) on November 28, 2017, at 1:00pm Central. This is part of the, Desmantelando Fronteras / Breaking Down Borders, webinar series by LACCHA SAA's Latin American and Caribbean Cultural Heritage...
United States
Sharing with all of you this upcoming workshop organized by Recovering the U.S. Hispanic Literary Heritage's CLIR Fellow. The workshop will be livestream on Recovery's facebook page (@RecoveringUSHispanicLiteraryHeritage) and Borderlands Archives Cartography facebook page (@bacartography). Hope you all can join, please share it with your colleagues.

Decolonizing Digital Humanities: A Discussion and Zotero Workshop

November 17 2017
Event
Sharing with all of you this upcoming workshop organized by Recovering the U.S. Hispanic Literary Heritage's CLIR Fellow. The workshop will be livestream on Recovery's facebook page (@RecoveringUSHispanicLiteraryHeritage) and Borderlands Archives Cartography's facebook page (@bacartography). Hope...
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