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Notice for Fall 2021
Dr. Hill will be on leave during the Fall 2021 semester.
If you need help, please contact the following librarians for help with the topics listed:
Richard Hacken: Spain Studies; Literature of Spain; Spanish Language & Linguistics.
Robert Means: Latin American Literature in Spanish.
Chris Ramsey: Luso-Brazilian Studies; Luso-Brazilian Literature; Portuguese Language & Linguistics.
Welcome to the Research Guide for Indigenous Studies (Latin America & Caribbean) at the Harold B. Lee Library. This guide will provide you with tools and references for your classes and research. Whether you are looking for information about linguistics, anthropology, history, or any other discipline, this guide is designed to help you find the materials you need as you research issues related to the indigenous experience in countries of Latin America and the Caribbean.
Hover over the "Countries" tab in order to search for information by country.
In the "Language and Culture Specific Materials" tab, the information is organized by indigenous languages and groups.
The "Exhibit" tab has information about the exhibit "Contemporary Indigenous Authors of Latin America," which can be found on the 5th floor of the library.
Please feel free to contact me with suggestions for this guide. My contact information is below to the right.
Happy studying :)
Latin American and Iberian Area Studies Librarian