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New Books From Mexico, Venezuela and Central America.

Despite the protests and civil unrest in Venezuela, we continue to receive a selected amount of books from Venezuela. I have posted the photos of these books for my readers along with the several links to the photos of the recent receipt books from Mexico and Central America.

New Brazilian Studies Books at the library, September 25, 2017

Here are some selected images of the books from Latin America that the library has recently received. These books will be cataloged and made available to our students and faculty members.  One can see the images of these selected Brazilian books here. The additional photos of the selected new Brazilian books that were published by UNIAFRO can be seen here. UNIAFRO is dedicated to the promotion of the study of the History of Africa and Afro-Brazilian Culture.


New Acquisitions List for Latin American Books

We are also glad to inform you that one can now see what has been acquired by the library in a list here.

And as time permits, I will post the images of our new purchases as shown below:

Welcome to the Caribbean and Latin American Studies Collections Blog!

We are glad to inform you that we have created a subject guide that is dedicated to Latin American Studies. Please feel free to browse this introductory guide and provide us with your feedback. Also, in this blog, we will update you about our newly acquired books, post events of interest as well as any other collections related activities.

I would also like to bring to your attention Professor Tom McEnaney‘s Latin American Journals Project that is currently housed at the Cornell University Library. The project’s purpose is “to provide a hub for scholars across the globe to more easily access literary and cultural journals published in the Hispanophone Caribbean and Latin America during the late 19th and early 20th centuries.”


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