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Basic Guide to Spanish & Portuguese; Latin American & Caribbean Studies: Getting Started

This introductory guide is designed for beginning to advanced students looking for the best resources to begin research on topics related to Spanish & Portuguese; Latin American & Caribbean Studies.

Librarian for Spanish, Portuguese, Latin American and Caribbean Studies

Betsaida Reyes
Contact:
International Collections (IC)
University of Kansas
Watson Library –Room 519
1425 Jayhawk Blvd.
Lawrence, KS 66045
(785) 864-6480

Starting Points

This introductory guide contains library resources selected especially for students beginning research on topics related to Spain or Latin America. 

Watson Library

Watson Library

Additional guides containing hundreds of links and resources for research in Spanish and Latin American literature, culture, business, and related fields are listed below:

Searching the KU Libraries' Resources

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On the KU Libraries homepage, in the left column, click on "Catalog: books & more"

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On the KU Libraries homepage, click on "Get Started"

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  • Everything from the KU Libraries Catalog: more than 4 million books, ebooks, videos, sound recordings, manuscripts, and more
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Spanish and Portuguese; Spain and Latin America

Mary Raple
Contact:
International Collections
Watson Library, Room 519
1425 Jayhawk Blvd.
University of Kansas
Lawrence, KS 66045
785-864-3351
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