Category Archives: Recent Scholarship From NMSU Collections

Guest Post from Student Researchers

(Note – We love working with NMSU students who use our archival materials for their research projects. Students from a wide variety of academic disciplines across campus use our historical collections for their work. We are always delighted, and often surprised, at the innovative ways students incorporate archival research into their education. Justin Lopez, undergraduate…
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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…
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Keith Wilson: A Desert Voice

I write down the words I hear, but I know it is the Dead who speak them.             Keith Wilson (1927-2009) from “The Voices of My Desert”             While Dancing Feet Shatter the Earth             (Utah State University Press, 1978) [In recognition of National Poetry Month, we have a guest…
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