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Winn Wasson, Latin American Studies Subject Specialist
For research assistance in areas related to Latin American Studies, contact one of our subject specialist librarians.
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This guide will direct you to sources housed within the Syracuse University Libraries, including books, journals, databases, specialized library collections, and links to websites and other electronic resources on Latin American Studies in general or specific regions such as the Caribbean in particular. The guide is organized into the following set of pages (which you can see listed in tabs above).
Access to library resources available in print, including books, and reference materials such as encyclopedias.
Listing of databases that the Libraries subscribe to or that is available through open access from the Internet, that will offer access to journal articles, statistics or other source in Latin American Studies.
Offers access to the journals that the Libraries subscribe to, electronic as well as in print that cover Latin American Studies.
Databases that are devoted to finding dissertations, and a brief list of SU dissertations on Latin American Studies available electronically.
Maps, Atlases, Statistics
Offers a taste of the maps, atlases from the Libraries' collection on Latin American Studies.
This page lists some videos that the Libraries own on Latin American and the Caribbean. It also describes directions for accessing the Video/DVD's as well as their usage policies.
How to get materials that the Syracuse University Libraries do not own.
News sources and Latin American news databases that SU Libraries subscribe to.
Links to Professional Associations, Career information, research institutes and government information.
Manuscripts and printed materials on Latin America held in SU Libraries' Special Collections Research Center as well as links to other primary sources.
Links to the Program on Latin American and the Caribbean (PLACA) through the Maxwell School's Moynihan Institute of Global Affairs.
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