Welcome to the Latina History Project (LHP) at Southwestern University! Co-directed by faculty members Dr. Brenda Sendejo (Anthropology) and Dr. Alison Kafer (Feminist Studies) the LHP is a faculty-student research project that aims to enhance undergraduate education and provide resources on Latina/o and Chicana/o history in the Central Texas region. While the project began with the goal of digitizing the “Rostros y Almas/Faces and Souls” exhibit on local Tejanas, it has grown to encompass the broader mission of enhancing understandings of Latina/o and Chicana/o history. The LHP does so through the collection of oral histories from past and present members of Southwestern community as well as several activists, including key figures in the Chicana/o Movement in Texas.
Oral History Project
Anthropology and Oral History: the Latina History Project in the News
The Legacy of La Raza Unida: Anthropology professor's research focuses on early Chicana activists in Texas
[True] Stories Webinar on Oral History Methods, Dr. Brenda Sendejo
Unboxing the Buried Seeds of My Belonging
Gloria E. Anzaldúa presents Nos/Otras: Making Multi-cultures and Alliances as the 1994 JDA Feminist Studies Speaker, Southwestern University