Topic: Latin America

Images from Gabriel García Márquez Archive Now Online

Dec. 12, 2017
Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Harry Ransom Center

More than 27,000 images from Nobel laureate Gabriel García Márquez’s archive are now online, including materials from all of García Márquez’s works of fiction.


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NEH Grant Will Transform Study of Early Books

Aug. 4, 2015
Primeros Libros de las Américas is a digital collection of books printed in the Americas before 1601.

A National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) grant will make many of the first books printed in the Americas available for the first time in digital full-text format, thanks to innovations in optical character recognition (OCR) technology.

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Media Advisory: Mexico Presents Round One Oil & Gas Areas Available to Private Companies in 2015

Oct. 16, 2014

Mexico's round one executive and technical sessions on areas and fields that will be tendered in 2015 for private companies to participate in hydrocarbon exploration and extraction projects, hosted by The University of Texas at Austin Jackson School of Geosciences and the Greater Houston Partnership.

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Blanton Museum Presents First U.S. Career Survey of Brazilian Artist Waltercio Caldas

Oct. 30, 2013

The Blanton Museum of Art at The University of Texas at Austin and the Fundação Iberê Camargo, Porto Alegre, Brazil, have joined together to organize the first comprehensive career survey of one of Brazil's most important contemporary artists, Waltercio Caldas.

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Experts on the Pope Selection from The University of Texas

March 14, 2013

The Catholic Church has elected Jorge Mario Bergoglio of Argentina to become the first Latin American Pope, Pope Francis. If you are looking for an expert or sources to provide context in your coverage of this new development, The University of Texas at Austin has the number one graduate program in Latin American History in the nation, as well as a number of experts available to provide insight on this announcement.

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