Monthly Archives: May 2017

First Day of School in the U.S.

Inspired by SAADA’s “First Days” Project, First Day of School in the U.S will initially be focused on stories from recently migrated high school students in ESL or Bilingual programs. It is important that the project focuses on recent migrant students as their … Continue reading

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Boricuas in the City Digital Project: Preserving Puerto Rican Memory and Space in New York City

In class we had to design our own grant proposals for a digital humanities project. Below is a brief explanation for my proposed project. Abstract:  The notion that Puerto Rican history is only available through an elective course in higher … Continue reading

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Mapping AIDS: A Newark Story

One incredibly important research misconception that I have learned through this class is that not everything that you want to study will have an archive, and it is a privileged lens that you approach a topic from to believe that … Continue reading

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