The US Latino Digital Humanities (USLDH) Grants-in-Aid program, funded by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, is designed to provide a stipend of up to $7,500 to scholars for research and development of digital scholarship in the form of a digital publication and/or a digital project.
Congratulations to the 2021-2022 Grants-in-Aid Recipients:
- Caroline Collins, PhD (University of California, San Diego), Black and Brown California: A Media Archeology of Raciality, Colonialisms, and Identity in Alta California.
- Erendina Delgadillo (Oakland Museum of California) and Osa Hidalgo de la Riva, PhD, The de la Riva Family Herstory Project.
- Veronica Durán (University of Nebraska-Lincoln), (Re)Discovering Carrascolendas: The Aida Barrera Digital Project.
- Cristina Pérez Jiménez, PhD (Manhattan College) and J. Bret Maney, PhD (Lehman College, CUNY), The Latino Catskills.
- Lilia Raquel Rosas, PhD (University of Texas at Austin), Tejana Historias: Indigenous Indentations and Transfrontera Transformations through a Visual Chronology.
- Hinda Seif, PhD (University of Illinois at Springfield) and Diana Solís (Teaching artist: Changing Worlds, Urban Gateways, National Museum of Mexican Art), Pilsen’s Festival de Mujeres: Digital Windows to 1970s Mexicana-Chicana & Latina Queer Feminisms in Chicago.
- Tomás F. Summers Sandoval, Jr., PhD (Pomona College) The Barrio in Vietnam.
- Josephine S. Talamantez (Chicano Park Museum and Cultural Center) and Alberto Pulido, PhD, (University of San Diego) The Logan Heights Archival Project.
- Martin Tsang, PhD (University of Miami) and David Fonte-Navarrete, PhD (Lehman College, CUNY), Beyond the Archive: A Collaborative Research-Based Digital Edition of Música de los cultos (ca. 1956), the Cabrera-Tarafa Collection of Afro-Cuban Music.
To read about the ongoing 2020-2021 USLDH grants-in-aid projects, please visit: http://artepublicopress.com/2020-usldh-mellon-funded-grants-in-aid-projects/
The University of Houston US Latino Digital Humanities (USLDH) program is a digital scholarship/research undertaking to provide training and research on US Latino recovered materials. It is housed at Recovering the US Hispanic Literary Heritage/Arte Público Press.
In 2019, The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation awarded the University of Houston with a grant to establish a first-of-its kind US Latino Digital Humanities Program in the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences. The program gives scholars expanded access to a vast collection of written materials produced by Latinos and archived by the Recovering the U.S. Hispanic Literary Heritage (“Recovery”) program and UH’s Arte Público Press, the nation’s largest publisher of contemporary and recovered literature by Hispanic authors from the United States.
The USLDH program: http://artepublicopress.com/digital-humanities/
Recovering the US Hispanic Literary Heritage: http://artepublicopress.com/recovery-program/
Arte Público Press: http://artepublicopress.com/