Latin American Studies
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|MLA International Bibliography|
|Essay & General Literature Index|
|Essay & General Literature Retrospective|
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Some subject headings used for this discipline are listed below. For additional headings, refer to the Library of Congress Subject Headings volumes located behind the Reference Desk.
- Art, Latin American
- Latin America--Economic conditions
- Latin America--History--20th century
- Latin America--Politics and government
- Latin American literature--History and criticism
|Americas Archive in the Rice University Digital Scholarship Archive||Access to primary sources regarding the cultural and political history of the Western Hemisphere.|
|Internet Resources for Latin America||Prepared by New Mexico State University's Latin American and Borderlands Specialist at the NMSU Library.|
|ISN||ISN is based at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich (ETHZ), featuring an international perspective with grey literature of all types, daily briefings, a monthly summary, primary source material, books, and many journals - over 15,000 items primarily in English in the Publishing House section alone - from institutes, universities, and agencies around the world, as well as case studies and hundreds of e-learning courses, all in full-text, and abstracted, archived, and indexed.|
|Latin American Links||From Stanford University's Center for Latin American Studies.|
|Latin American Studies Association||Latin American Studies Association is the one Association that brings together experts on Latin America from all disciplines and diverse occupational endeavors, across the globe.|
|Library of Congress Hispanic Reading Room||Provides resources relating the geographical areas of the Caribbean, Latin America, and Iberia; the indigenous cultures of those areas; and peoples throughout the world historically influenced by Luso-Hispanic heritage.|
|Political Database of the Americas||A collaborative effort of Georgetown University's Center for Latin American Studies and the Organization of American States. It is a multilingual site with instructions in English, Spanish, Portuguese and French.|
|The WWW Virtual Library: Latin American Studies||Latin American Network Information Center - LANIC. Search from a variety of categories: Economy, Government, Humanities, Sciences, Social Sciences, Society & Culture, and more.|
Various Style Manuals may be used in Latin American Studies, depending upon the aspect you are studying: history, literature, social sciences, etc. Check with your professor to determine which format you should use for a particular class. Select from a variety of Style Manuals online and on Reserve within the library.