Enriqueta Vasquez Digital History Project


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Enriqueta Vasquez Digital History Project

In this presentation, Dr. Theresa J. Córdova, Director of Las Pistoleras Instituto Cultural de Arte, researcher and adjunct faculty with UNM’s Chicana/Chicano Studies, will feature a three-fold research and activity-driven process: Meeting and engaging with Enriqueta Vasquez, a prominent member of the Chicano Movement; teaching and using ethical practices in documenting, demonstrating, and producing the Enriqueta Vasquez Digital History Project; and, introducing Dr. Córdova’s upcoming hands-on field school in Taos, New Mexico.

This talk was part of the Visiting Scholar Lecture Series presented by UNM's Center for Regional Studies.


Theresa J. Córdova, Ph.D., is a Visiting Scholar for UNM’s Center for Regional Studies for the 2020-2021 academic year and an Adjunct Faculty member in Chican@ Studies at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque. She uses her knowledge of culture and related fields to help the members of her community and those organizations devoted to helping others through her Las Pistoleras Instituto Cultura de Arte in El Prado, New Mexico. Dr. Córdova works on grants related to culture and through her cultural institute sponsors activities related to people of all ages and schools of thought.

Currently, Dr. Córdova serves as Primary Investigator for the USLDH Grants-in-Aid funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. The grant seeks to develop the Enriqueta Vasquez Digital History Project in collaboration with the Chicana por mi Raza Digital Archive.

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Dr. Theresa J. Córdova 2021

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