Announcing the Delis Negrón Digital Archive

Sketch of Adela Negrón and Delis Negrón

Announcing Recovering the US Hispanic Literary Heritage’s first digital collection, the Delis Negrón Digital Archive, one of the project’s many efforts to locate, preserve and make visible the history of the Latino population in the United States. This digital archive highlights the life and work of Delis Negrón, a Puerto Rican writer who was also a director, editor, English professor and activist in south Texas and Mexico City.

The team involved in creating this project included graduate students Sylvia Fernández (Project Leader), Isis Campos, Victoria Moreno and Annette Zapata.

Read Fernández’s introduction to the website here:

Stay tuned for reflections by graduate student Research Assistants on the creation of this digital archive via the Recovery Blog and follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for information on more of our upcoming digital projects, events, and more!

About the Author
Lorena Gauthereau is a CLIR-Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow at Recovering the US Hispanic Literary Heritage at the University of Houston.

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