Culture Connects Midtown Project 

A Working Bibliography on Santa Fe

As a part of the Culture Connects Midtown Project, the focus of this working bibliography is on Santa Fe, as a place, its people, events and its layers of stories.  


I. Books, Articles, Dissertations, and Manuscripts


While this section includes books, articles, dissertation and manuscripts, it also includes chapters of books focused on Santa Fe.


Ebright, Malcolm. “The Cienega of Santa Fe: A Municipal Commons Used and Abused,” in (Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1994). 


Ebright, Malcolm. “Santa Fe Ara Land Grants,” in (Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2014). 


Gill, Donald. (Chicago: Bonus Books, 1994).


Gonzales, Deena J. (Oxford, Oxford University Press, 1999).


Greg, Kate L. (Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1952). 


Grimes, Ronald L. (Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1992).


Horgan, Paul. ( Santa Fe: William Gannan Press, 1976).


Horton, Sarah Bronwen. 2010. . (Santa Fe: School for Advanced Research Press.)

Kelly, Matt and Ardeth Baxter, Kelly (Lone Butte Press, 1998). 


Levin, Eli, Santa Fe Bohemia (Santa Fe: Sunstone Press, 2007).


Montgomery, Charles, “Discovering ‘Spanish Culture’ at the Santa Fe Fiesta, 1919-1936” in (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2002)


Otero, Rosalie C., A. Gabriel Meléndez and Enrique R. Lamadrid, eds., (Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2009). 


All Trails Lead to Santa Fe: An Anthology Commemorating the 400thAnniversary of the Founding of Santa Fe, New Mexico in 1610. (Santa Fe: Sunstone Press, 2010).


Ribera Ortega, Pedro, (Santa Fe: Sunstone Press, 1973).


Sanchez, F. Richard, ed., (Santa Fe: Sunstone Press, 2010).


Tobias, Henry J. and Charles E. Woodhouse, Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2001).


Twitchell, Ralph E. Fe, the Story of New Mexico’s Ancient Capital (Santa Fe: New Mexican Publishing Corp., 1925). 


Wilson, Chris, (Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1997). 


II. Films and Websites


Burdeau, George (Producer), & Diane Reyna (Director). 1992. Surviving Columbus: The Story of The Pueblo People. 


This award winning documentary explores the Pueblo People’s 450-year struggle to preserve their culture, land, and religion despite European contact. The program uses stories from Pueblo elders, interviews with Pueblo scholars and leaders, archival photographs and historical accounts to tell a full and complex account of the history and resilience of the Pueblo people of New Mexico.


DeBouzek, Jeanette and Diane Reyna, Gathering Up Again: Fiesta in Santa Fe, 1992. 


This film stumbles upon the secret of any ritual; that is, because ritual reconciles oppositions that are inherently irreconcilable, it always risks evoking expressions of hostility, anger or grief. Here, unwittingly, the camera focuses on the Native American who has accepted the role of Cacique Domingo in a pageant reenacting the "peaceful reconquest" of Santa Fe by Spaniards in 1692. Offended by the caricature of Plains Indians costumes and war paints donned by Hispanics and Anglos in the pageant, tears run down the face of the "chief" as the insensitivity to the role of Pueblo Indians in the historical representation is revealed to him.


A feast for the eyes: The Visual Arts Center and its collections


Drawing on the talent pool: The visual arts program

Tales from the teacher's lounge: Faculty tell the CSF story


Built with brotherly love: The College of Santa Fe campus and buildings


O brothers, where art thou? A brief history of the College of Santa Fe

A regional modernist: Architect Philippe Register


Workshopping their voices: The creative writing program


You ought to be in pictures: The film program


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