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New Mexico Identities

Narrator David Hernandez Rivero speaks about the native and international communities of New Mexico. Originally from Havana, Cuba, David has worked as a librarian, archivist, and museum curator, including study at University of New Mexico’s Maxwell Museum and 2015s collaborative

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Decolonized Mind

University of New Mexico Language, Literacy & Sociocultural Studies PhD student Yasir Hussain shares insight on rote memorization teaching, Common Core, “education equity,” and critical thinking skills within Pakistan and American education systems. Recorded at Albuquerque 26 May 2015 in

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Dewey Decimal

English Second Language exercise with Israel & Antonio incorporating the Dewey Decimal numbers racket system at Pueblo City County Library in 2013

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active sound research

During performance or sound event, writing and sound recording are a presence within contextually social and monetary use of the body and its energy. Should a storyteller chose not to be recorded, another may choose to tell the story as

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David Lee

David Lee

Public History at New Mexico State University in Las Cruces, New Mexico: Poverty, Homelessness, and Hunger in New Mexico Borderlands. All interviews are free of charge, open to all citizens of the United States and Mexico, and held at libraries, archives, and meeting spaces throughout the region. To schedule a potential public history interview: Email record@nmsu.edu Phone: (505) 715-8779

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