A display of books & DVDs related to Arab migration & travel in Latin America.
A group of monsters was on the loose in the green countryside of Valle de Cauca, Colombia. In the latter years of the 1970s things in Colombia were…
Selected books and resources on transgender people in LACC.
As of June 28th, our stacks are open to the public, and we are ready at our circulation desk to serve you! Also come by to see our book displays and coming back soon, New Books Shelf.
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We have a guide for you on where to start in Latin American and Caribbean studies research. Whether you are doing thesis research, writing a term paper, or pursuing a personal interest, start here!
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The Haitian American Dream, created by Alexandra Cenatus, Ivanna Moreno, and Dr. Margarita Vargas-Betancourt, examines the events and the forgotten stories of Haitian immigrants in the United States.
Timeline created by Katiana Bagué and Alexis Baldacci to complement the exhibit, The Cuban American Dream, which was on view in the Smathers Library Gallery March 27 – June 2, 2017.
Learn about online sources on Cuban heritage in this webinar by Paula de la Cruz-Fernández. The presentation is available for download in MP4, Powerpoint, and PDF formats.
As of June 28th, our stacks are open to the public, and our circulation desk is fully staffed during our hours of operation.
Check the occupancy of the LACC before visiting.