Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Christine Marie Sierra Papers
Abstract This collection contains material produced or collected by Christine Sierra. A UNM faculty member from 1986 till 2014, Professor Christine Sierra’s expertise is in American Politics with a focus on Latino/a politics, and women in politics. Much of her scholarship analyzed community organization's work on immigration, education, and other forms of activism. The material in this collection reflects the extensive research conducted by Christine Sierra.
Collection of Nob Hill Main Street Records
Abstract The collection consists primarily of administrative documents and reports related to the Main Street program in Albuquerque’s Nob Hill District in the mid to late 1980s.
Lotsee Smith Tribal Libraries Programs
Abstract The collection contains grant proposals, reports, and photographic material relating to needs, training, and projects to improve libraries and library services in indigenous communities, particularly New Mexico Pueblos.
Dates: 1973-1999; Majority of material found within 1975-1977
National Education Task Force de la Raza Records
Scope and Content Note The bulk of the collection materials are from 1973-1976 when Rupert Trujillo was chair of the Task Force. The materials focus on activities of the Task Force, particularly on conferences and workshops held during that time. There are several files related to bilingual-bicultural education, both in creating training programs and trying to get legislation passed. The collection also contains several reports of activities from around the country.
New Mexico Indian Affairs Historical Documents
Abstract This collection contains mostly documents related to affairs of Pueblo Indian communities and schools.
Theodore R. Montoya papers
Abstract The collection relates to Theodore R. Montoya’s role in his brother, Joseph Montoya’s New Mexico campaign for United States Senate as well as his own tenure with the National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL) and its Task Force on Indian Affairs.