Digital Florentine Codex is a 16th-century manuscript that details, in both the Spanish and Nahuatl languages, the culture and history of the Mexica (Aztec) people, including the invasion of Mexico City by the Spaniards. It also covers local knowledge. This new upgrade has extensive translations and can now be searched in English via themes such as […]
South from the North: The Mexico-US border and beyond is a teaching resource from Box of Broadcasts which may be of interest to Media and Communications, Spanish and Latin American Studies, International Relations and more. It has been created to encourage students to reflect on how Mexico and Central America is presented as exotic, different, […]
Free access to this new full-text resource, MIDAS, the Mexican Intelligence Digital Archives (los Archivos del Autoritarismo Mexicano), is supported by the Center for Research Libraries, Northwestern University, El Colegio de México. It offers free public access to a digital archive of historical documents from Mexican intelligence agencies. These include materials from Dirección Federal de […]
A new data visualization tool created by Mexican digital news site Animal Politico and data journalism platform Poderopedia, which aims to provide a visual mapping of drug cartels and organised drug crime in Mexico. At the moment 4 years of data seems to be available. All information is offered in Spanish.