Patrick Hanley, Joe Bickley, Edward Polanco, and Marco Macías Awarded Confluencenter Graduate Fellowships

Patrick Hanley and Joe Bickley's "The Colonial Violence Geodatabse" will offer scholars and students the ability to view incidents of colonial violence from 1830 to 1975 on a map.

Edward Polanco's "Nahuatl Naman: Conserving and Disseminating an Indigenous Language through Technology and Collaboration" will create Nahuatl Naman (“Nahuatl Today”) -- a didactic language application for tablets and smartphones running the Android operating system -- through collaboration with software engineers and a native Nahuatl Speaker.

Marco Macías's "In Pursuit of 'Pancho' Villa’s Myth" was awarded funding to purchase video-equipment in order to document dissertation research that will include producing a documentary on the myth of Pancho Villa. 


Published Date: 

2014/04/17 - 9:34am
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