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Center for Southwest Research

The Center for Southwest Research and Special Collections (CSWR) specializes in interdisciplinary subjects relating to New Mexico, the Southwestern U.S., Mexico and Latin America, as well as rare materials from around the world. Our strengths include Native American, Chicano/Hispano, Latin American, Spanish Colonial, and environmental history, plus a wide range of locally published and archival materials documenting the region.

"Cultures on Walls" video production (17 min.)

Produced in 2002 by the Communications and & Journalism 625 class at the University of New Mexico. Covers the University of New Mexico 1993 protest against the Zimmerman Library paintings by Kenneth Adams. Includes interviews with Clayton Ford and Terry Gugliotta of the University of New Mexico Libraries as well as selected footage from the 1993 protest.
Tranfered from VHS to digital format June 2019. See UNM library catologue record: Call # ND237.A26 C85 2002 c.1  

 

 

Albuquerque: 300 Years of History from the Center for Southwest Research, 2006

Song clip and video from exhibit opening.  Performers are UNM students David Garcia and C.J. Martinez.  March 3, 2006.

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