ADRELA is an interdisciplinary, transnational scholarly collective that supports digital research related to colonial and nineteenth-century Latin America. We coordinate a portfolio of projects and scholars, and organize conference panels and other events.

In the future, ADRELA hopes to become a forum for the development of shared tools and data sets, as well as a resource for those who seek to use the projects in our portfolio as tools for teaching.

The group is currently led by co-founders Hannah Alpert-Abrams and Clayton McCarl.