New Publication by SMRC Board Member

Congratulations to SMRC board member Dr. Nicole Mathwich as lead author in her recent article in the Journal of Anthropological Archaeology titled “Bureaucratic reforms on the frontier: Zooarchaeological and historical perspectives on the 1767 Jesuit Expulsion...

“Materiality: Making Spanish America”

The 18th Annual Mayer Center Symposium “Materiality: Making Spanish America” will be held on November 1-2, 2018 at the Denver Art Museum (Sharp Auditorium – Hamilton Building). During the early modern period in Spanish America, artists and...

“Mundos de Mestizaje”

The “Mundos de Mestizaje” fresco is open for public viewing on Saturdays and Sundays from 12pm-5pm at the National Hispanic Cultural Center (NHCC) in Albuquerque, NM. Considered one of the largest frescos in North America, this 4,000 square-foot mural...

Santa Inés Mission Mills Olio Nuovo

The Santa Barbara Trust for Historic Preservation recently announced that you can now purchase special locally grown olive oil from the Santa Inés Mission! Olio Nuovo is the first press of the season. It is bottled unfiltered, immediately after crushing, and has an...

Edited Volume Wins Award

The 2017 edited volume New Mexico and the Pimería Alta, published by University Press of Colorado, recently was awarded the Arizona Literary Award (non-fiction category) by the Arizona Author’s Association. Edited by John G. Douglass and William M. Graves, this...

Finding Father Kino

Why pay $95 or more for the book Finding Father Kino when you can order it directly from SMRC (the publisher) for the special price of $20! This 1998 publication was written by Jorge Olvera H. and includes a foreword and afterword by Bernard (“Bunny”) L....