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RRCHNM Events

Jessica Mack @ CLAH 2021

Dr. Jessica Mack, a postdoctoral fellow at RRCHNM, will chair and present in a panel titled "Building Modernization: Urban Megaprojects in 20th Century Latin America" at the Conference on Latin American History's 2021 annual meeting. Dr. Mack will present her work titled "Building the Lettered City: Planning and Construction in Ciudad Universitaria, 1950-54." You can watch the panel online on Sunday, January 10, at 4:30 p.m. See all events

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Welcoming Jason Heppler to RRCHNM

RRCHNM is pleased to announce that Jason Heppler will be joining us this June as a web developer. Jason is well known in digital history circles for his exciting and pioneering work on data visualization, community engagement, and environmental and urban history. His best known work which he led or to which he contributed as […]

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Featured Project

Hurricane Digital Memory Bank

hurricane digital memory bank

The Hurricane Digital Memory Bank uses electronic media to collect, preserve, and present the stories and digital record of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita. The project contributes to the ongoing effort by historians and archivists to preserve the record of these storms by collecting first-hand accounts, on-scene images, blog postings, and podcasts.

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