Digital Humanities

The Recovery Project has been working to locate, preserve, digitize, and disseminate the literary heritage of US Latina/os since 1991. Its archival collections span from the colonial period to 1960 and include documents such as manuscripts, books, newspapers, photographs, drawings, ephemera, and more. Recovery has digitized their extensive collection and assigned metadata in both English and Spanish.

Moving forward, the Recovery Project aims to develop a digital humanities center that focuses on the projects incorporating Recovery materials. In doing so, this center will cater to US Latina/o Studies and hopes to engage scholars and students who work with minority collections and topics of social justice.

Use the menu above or click here to see examples of digital humanities projects created using Recovery materials.

Use the menu above or click here to see a list of digital humanities resources.

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