Anaya, Rudolfo A., 1937-2020
- Existence: October 30, 1937 - June 28, 2020
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Portraits of prominent Southwestern writers.
Abstract This collection consists of sound recordings from the radio documentary series "Writing the Southwest," a thirteen-part national radio documentary exploring literature from multiethnic authors (mainly from New Mexico) who helped define Southwestern American literature. The collection also contains research materials collected by David Dunaway, which he then used to produce the radio series and edit a companion book with Dr. Sara Spurgeon,Writing the...
Abstract Black & white photographs by Oscar Lozoya of Lozoya Studio, Albuquerque, NM. Subjects include prominent New Mexico artists who have lived or worked in Albuquerque, NM. The artists, writers, dancers, and musicians are portrayed in the context of their work.
Abstract Research material, an edited draft, and correspondence relating to the book, A Sense of Place: Rudolfo A. Anaya, an Annotated Bio-bibliography.
Identifier: AC 278
Scope and Content The collection contains administrative and educational program records and production materials of the Palace print shop, from 1974 to 1997. Administrative records consist of correspondence, financial materials, and examples of shop sales and mail orders. Educational program include an annual book arts festival, exhibits, lectures, and printing workshops. Production materials for printing chiefly consist of samples; for projects initiated by the Press, the materials include manuscripts,...
Abstract The collection consists of manuscripts of Rudolfo Anaya's published and unpublished work; materials from his career as a professor, his involvements on numerous boards and committees; and correspondence with colleagues and students. Anaya's works focus largely on Chicano culture and on New Mexico's cultural landscape.