In this talk, Dr. Celeste González de Bustamante, University of Arizona journalism professor, will discuss how research involving historical newspapers, including those in the National Digital Newspaper Program, contributes to better understanding of the Mexico-United States borderlands and beyond. Her talk will consider how interdisciplinary and cross border collaborations with libraries, librarians, and media scholars can result in valuable experiential learning opportunities and research for students. She will discuss the results of student-centered research projects whose underlying aim is to create “counter-cartographies” of journalism and borderlands history.
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