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Latin American Studies
A guide for those interested in the literature, culture and history of Latin America.
Includes The Cambridge History of Latin America; The Cambridge Economic History of Latin America; The Cambridge History of Religions in Latin America; The Cambridge History of the Native Peoples of the Americas; The Cambridge World History of Slavery
European Views of the Americas: 1493 to 1750 is a free archive of indexed publications related to the Americas and written in Europe before 1750. It includes thousands of valuable primary source records covering the history of European exploration as well as portrayals of Native American peoples.
Articles are not traditional reports on historical research but rather surveys of recent historiography, ongoing interpretive debates, or suggestions for fresh directions of inquiry. They are aimed at a mixed audience of undergraduates, graduates, and faculties.
Covers many topics in Latin American History. Constantly updated articles that contain citations (with annotations) and commentaries for sources across the disciplines. Users can search topics and gather relevant journal article and book citations, online resources, data sources, and more.
This entirely new edition of a keystone reference is the place to start researching any topic in any field of history. Hundreds of historians from around the world have selected and provided commentary on the best and most useful works in their fields--almost 27,000 annotated citations--toprovide unprecedented bibliographic guidance of extraordinary breadth, from prehistory to the twentieth century.Presented in an accessible format, this completely new work has been ten years in planning and execution. It is divided into sections arranged by chronology and national and regional history, with each section introduced by a brief historiographical essay. And it also contains expanded coverage ofAfrica, Asia, and North and South America.Each bibliographic citation is identified by a unique reference number and includes all essential data, along with a brief critical annotation written by a specialist in the field. Also included are guides to the contributors of annotations and complete author and subject indexes.An indispensable work for scholars, students, librarians, and general readers, the AHA Guide to Historical Literature is essential for anyone who is serious about history.
Call Number: Main Collection Offsite Z1601 .L3225 1992
Publication Date: 1992-05-12
This volume is the first multidisciplinary guide to the study of Latin American studies to provide both broad coverage and substantial depth. It includes essays on research trends and approaches, provides entries on over 6,000 bibliographic and research sources, and selectively identifies specialized collections and resources in United States research libraries. The contributors provide the perspectives of Latin American bibliographers, researchers, and Latin American scholars. The book is divided into fifteen chapters, beginning with a general bibliography of interdisciplinary sources. The fourteen chapters that follow cover disciplines in the social sciences and humanities. Each chapter includes an introductory essay or essays, one or more bibliographic sections, and a section describing relevant special collections. The work also includes subject, author, and title indexes. The multidisciplinary nature of the work will make it valuable to students, librarians, and faculty members in Latin American Studies.