Guadalupe Marín por Diego Rivera, Museo Dolores Olmedo, Ciudad de México
Guadalupe Marín by Diego Rivera, Dolores Olmedo Museum, Mexico City
Photo by NEH Faculty Lettie Ramírez
Traje de tehuana, Museo Frida Kahlo, Ciudad de México
Tehuana dress, Frida Kahlo's Museum, Mexico City
Photo by NEH Scholar Patricia Carpenter
La cocina de Frida Kahlo en el Museo Frida Kahlo, Ciudad de México
Frida Kahlo's Kitchen in the Frida Kahlo Museum, Mexico City By NEH Faculty A. Stormoen


Detalle de un mural de David Alfaro Siqueiros: "Del porfirismo a la Revolución", Museo Nacional de Historia en el Castillo de Chapultepec, Ciudad de México
Portions of a mural by David Alfaro Siqueiros "From Porfirism to Revolution," at the National Museum of History in the Castle of Chapultepec, Mexico City.

Learning and Sharing Mexican History through Digital Storytelling

Katie Bordner

Astronomy and Mathematics in Mesoamerica

Alex Cardiasmenos

Art for the Masses: Murals and Muralists of Mexico

Patricia Carpenter

La vida y obra del Benemérito de las Américas, Benito Juárez

Pamela Centeno

Foods Unite Us / La comida nos une

Elisa Ciaglia

Coming Soon: Racial Identity: Mexico as Case Study

Kate Cook

Coming Soon: From Codices to Comic Books: The Power of Ancient and Modern Symbols in Myths of Origin

Joy Elizondo

Understanding the Mexican Revolution through Historical Documents, Narratives and Other Authentic Sources

Evan Glasier

Chac Mool

Lesson Plan / PowerPoint Presentation

Rebeca Illescas

Coming Soon: La ciudad

Rachel McCormick

Heroes and Myths: Photography of the Mexican Revolution

Sarah Older Aguilar

Frida Kahlo

Daniella Quiñones

Coming Soon: ¿Qué sabemos de México? (lesson focusing on Frida Kahlo)

Molly von Appen

NEH Scholars: Here are the e-mail addresses to which you will be sending your drafts of your Curricular Units: (L. Iliana Holbrook)

As part of a Supplemental Digital Enhancement Grant that was awarded by the NEH on May 6th, 2011 to support sustainment and expansion of this NEH Institute, the very best projects will be selected and submitted for consideration to be included on NEH's EDSITEment website. Projects listed on EDSITEment will be able to be viewed and utilized by a much larger audience of U.S. teachers and their students, with nationwide access to all.

In the meantime, Scholars are encouraged to visit NEH's EDSITEment website to assist them with project ideas.

**Any views, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this program do not necessarily reflect those of the National Endowment for the Humanities**