Course themes include the right to mobility in the American West, ethnic quarantine, deportation, cars and leisure, freeways, and mobile imaginaries. Through the practices of blogging, digital curation, and primary historical research, we combine traditional historical methods with new media to ask how Latino/a mobility--as practiced, policed, and perceived--has intersected with race, gender, and class to produce varying life experiences in California and beyond. We invite you to tour our digital exhibit, Latina and Latino Mobility in 20th Century California, and visit images from our multimedia Pop-Up installation.
Music major and Special Collections & Archives intern Gloria Cosenza created the timeline in conjunction with the Fall 2016 exhibit, "Encore! Encore! Bravi! Presenting the New Orleans Opera Association Archives." Gloria used TimelineJS to create the digital timeline.
a project-collaborator matching service that will allow scholars interested in DH to enter the field by joining an existing project as well as make existing projects more sustainable by drawing in new, well-matched participants.