2014 Scholars Lecture Series

2014 History Scholars and Topics


Lecture Title

Ramona Caplan

“The Unique Friendship of Lee Marmon,
George Clay Pearl and Artie Bibo”

Maurice Crandall

“American Indian Voting in Mexican New Mexico and Arizona, 1821—1846”

William Carlton

“Fabian Garcia and the New Mexico Chile”

Candolin Cook

" 'The Makings of a Real City’: Aldo Leopold and Albuquerque's Rio Grande Park”

Jordan Biro

"The Making of Gay and Lesbian Identities,
Cultures, and Activism in New Mexico, 1940s-1980s”

Christopher Vigil

"An Interactive Digital Map of Bernalillo County, 1848-1912”

Sonja Sonnenburg, JD

“Military Citizenry, Indigenous Spaces
and the De La O Sisters in Nueva Viscaya and
Nuevo Mexico”

Claude Fouillade, Ph.D.

"Records kept by Fr. Morin and Fr. Grange at
St. Albino’s in Mesilla, NM 1872-1926”

Felipe Mirabal

"A Clock, a Retablo and a Novena:
The Beginnings of the Santuario de Chimayó"

Federico A. Reade, Jr., Ph.D.

"From History to Novel-Justicia y Tierra: An Eagle’s Cry   A Story of the Land Grant Movement"

Morgan LaBin Veraluz, Ph.D.

“Cycles of Harvest and the Economics of Violence: 1692-1720”

Derek LeFebre

“Pursuit of Prosperity below the Ocate Mesa, 1846—1912”

Alissa de Wit-Paul “Rise of Green Architectural Practices in New Mexico

Deni J. Seymour, Ph.D.

“Archival Evidence of the Salinas Pueblo Jumanos”

Anna Naruta-Moya, Ph.D.

“The Chinese of New Mexico, 1870—1920”
Daniel Moya “Built Environment and Student Experience in the
Santa Fe Boarding Schools for Indians, 1880—1920”