Our primary goal is to create a multi-media archive that will document the history of Spanish immigrants in the United States.
A Legacy of Smoke
The Weight of Remembering
Two films that explore the crossroads where the past and present of Tampa’s Spanish community come together
Dan Albert’s Paella
Is there a recipe for success? Can you cook paella in a melting pot?
What remains of the Asturian immigrants who worked in West Virginia and Pennsylvania a century ago?
Spaniards in the US (1868-1945)
A deluxe coffee table book that tells the story of Spanish immigrants in the US, using the photos and documents we have digitized from family archives all over Spain and the US
PO Box 938, Village Station. NY. NY. 10014.
Luis Argeo is a journalist and documentary filmmaker currently based in Gijón, Asturias, Spain. A graduate of the Universidad Pontificia de Salamanca, Argeo is the author of more than 15 travel books published by Spain’s most prestigious press in that sector, Anaya Touring. He is also the writer, producer and director of the documentary films that explore Spaniards in the US: AsturianUS (2006), Corsino, by Cole Kivlin (2010).
James D. Fernández is Collegiate Professor in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese at NYU. Fernández received his PhD in Romance Languages and Literatures from Princeton University, and taught at Yale University for 7 years before joining the faculty of NYU in 1995. He is the author of Apology to Apostrophe: Autobiography and the Rhetoric of Self-Representation in Spain (Duke, 1992) and Brevísima relación de la construcción de España (Polifemo, 2013).