On December 5, 2014, the students of HIST/ERM 129: Topics in California History held a Digital Pop-up at the Yale Becton Center. The open-air installation was based on their web exhibit, "Latina and Latino Mobility in 20th Century California." Using Latino/a histories of migration as its foundation, the exhibit explored the ways emergent technologies change how research is done and who it is done for. Audience members were asked to leave feedback through a variety of mediums, including Twitter at #CALatino. An archive of these tweets was created through Storify. A full album can be viewed on Flickr at Digital Pop-Up!
To view the full exhibit, see Latin@ Mobility Exhibit.
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