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Welcome to the Latin American Studies research guide.  This guide is designed to serve as a starting point from which students and researchers can begin their research.  It is a selective listing of general resources related to Latin America and the Caribbean. Please consider consulting related guides: 

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Encyclopedia of Latin American History and Culture. Erick Langer and Jay Kinsbruner, Eds. 2nd ed. Detroit: Charles Scribner's Sons, 2008. 5500 pp. 6 vols.

HAPI, Hispanic American Periodicals Index. Los Angeles: Latin American Center, University of California. 1970 to date

PRISMA (Publicaciones y Revistas Sociales y Humanísticas)

Handbook of Latin American Studies Online (1936-1989) and Handbook of Latin American Studies Web (1990-Present)

UT-LANIC, Latin American Network Information Center

Oxford Bibliographies: Latin American Studies: Compiles recommended readings by subject. Sub-collections include: Andean Contributionos to Rethinking the State and the Nation; The Black Experience in Modern Latin Ameria; The Era of Porfirio Diaz, 1876-1911; Immigration in Latin America; Women in Modern Latin American  History, and many more.

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