• Reading List for Women’s History Month

    Are you looking for more books by Latinas to read this Women’s History Month? Why not read a recovered manuscript?! Here is a list of manuscripts recovered andRead More
  • Digital Humanities & Social Justice 2018 Speaker & Workshop Series

    Recovering the US Hispanic Literary Heritage is excited to announce its Spring 2018 Speaker Series, Digital Humanities & Social Justice. This speaker series isRead More
  • Blog

    Visit our new Recovering the US Hispanic Literary Heritage Blog to learn more about archival documents, digital humanities projects, resources, workshops, events, andRead More

    Visit EBSCO’s archives to access “The Latino-Hispanic American Collection!”          Read More
  • Recovering the US Hispanic Literary Heritage Project was recently awarded a $50,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH)


Hosted by the University of Houston Libraries. #PDA18 PDA is the only conference focused on the personal digital archive, including projects and presentations from both individuals and organizations. sites.lib.uh.edu/pda18 Houston, TX - April 23-25, 2018. Personal Digital Archiving Conference

Personal Digital Archiving Conference 2018

Next week, Recovery scholars will be presenting at the 2018 Personal Digital Archiving Conference, hosted by the University of Houston Libraries. This conference will include a range of presentations, including: Examples of successful projects or learning experiences related to
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A Great Review of “In Defense of My People”

In Defense of My People: Alonso S. Perales and the Development of Mexican-American Public Intellectuals. Edited by Michael A. Olivas. (Houston: Arte Público Press, 2013. Pp. 384. Illustrations, notes.)   In Defense of My People gathers essays originally prepared for a 2012
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