ASC News, January-May 2021

In case you missed it (ICYMI), the links below document news coverage of the staff and collections at the Archives and Special Collections (ASC).  Recent published and broadcast stories highlight the Esther Chavez Cano papers and the scholarship into Orville Wanzer’s 1965 film The Devil’s Mistress.  ASC staff have also been busy producing several published pieces and presenting to the public and archival profession.  Topics include Jim Flanagan’s police photography, J. Paul Taylor’s impact on public education in Doña Ana County, the 1972 New Mexico library bond, and the Armijo family of Las Cruces.

In the News

January/February 2021, Neighbors

February 20, 2021, Las Cruces Sun-News

February 22, 2021, KRWG – NPR

March 7, 2021, Las Cruces Sun-News

March 8, 2021, KTSM – NBC 9

April 1, 2021, Las Cruces Bulletin

April 11, 2021, Las Cruces Sun-News

April 24, 2021, Las Cruces Sun-News

April 28, 2021, Las Cruces Bulletin

May 3, 2021, KTSM – NBC 9

May 9, 2021, Las Cruces Sun-News

Spring 2021, Panorama


January 2021, Southern New Mexico Historical Review (v.28)

February 2021, The Southwestern Archivist (v.44 no.1)

  • Jennifer Olguin, “Online Video Exhibit Honoring Women’s Suffrage Movement”

March 31, 2021, NMSU J. Paul Taylor Social Justice Symposium: Justice for Farmworkers

  • Dennis Daily, “Farmworkers and Public Education K-20”

May 2021, The Southwestern Archivist (v.44 no.2)

  • Dylan McDonald, “Talk of the Region: New Mexico Archives and Archivists Group Organizes”

May 7, 2021, Caught Red Handed: True Crime in the Archives

May 19, 2021, Society of Southwest Archivists Annual Meeting

  • Dylan McDonald, “Re-Imagining Appraisal in Changing Contexts: Considerations and Case Studies on Deaccessioning”

May 21, 2021, Society of Southwest Archivists Annual Meeting

  • Dylan McDonald, “Tenure-Track Careers in Academic Archives and Libraries”

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