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Library resources for the studies of the US-Mexico Bordlands




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Welcome to the research guide to library resources selected especially for the study of the US-Mexico borderlands with an emphasis on immigration, emigration & migration issues.  Click on the tabs at the top to take you to the best resources for your research.

For more assistance, the Librarian for the Latin American, Iberian & Latino Collections is available for consultations and provides reference services to students and faculty by appointment.  The office of the librarian is located on the 3rd floor of Sterling Memorial Library in room 313.

To make an appointment, click on the "Schedule Appointment" button in the box on the right.

Starting Point

Oxford Bibliographies Online

Developed cooperatively with scholars and librarians worldwide, Oxford Bibliographies offers authoritative research guides.  Contain annotated, critical bibliographies and overviews.  Dozens of ready made bibliographies from topics like bilingual education, comics, Latino politics, Latino humor, Machismo, Spanglish, Telenovelas, Pan-Latinidad and Latina Political Participation.

Latinx Studies has excellent encyclopedias that include primary sources. Check these out as a starting point to your research.

Encyclopedias, Dictionaries, etc.

Librarian for the Latin American and Iberian Collections, Latinx Studies

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Jana Krentz
313 Sterling Memorial Library
PH: 203-432-1845

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