The Nettie Lee Benson Latin American Collection is one of the premier libraries in the world focused on Latin America and Latina/o Studies. This guide promotes Latina/o or Hispanic historical groundings in the United States prior to the twentieth century and therefore seeks to challenge the notion that the Latina/o presence in this nation as a recent phenomenon. The following points researchers to some of the best resources for general and archival research on Latina/o history. While these resources are not exhaustive or always canonical, they should provide different directions for scholarly inquiry. Check the tabs on the left for relevant sources that can serve as starting points for any topic you are researching.
For a broader look at History, feel free to peruse the LibGuide made by the UT Libraries' subject liaison, Shiela Winchester, which can be found here.
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Based on the “Recovering the U.S. Hispanic Literary Heritage Project", a national research effort directed by Professor Nicolás Kanellos.
Each book includes an "About this book" page with basic bibliographic data like title, author, publication date, length and subject. For some books, additional information like key terms and phrases, references to the book from scholarly publications or other books, chapter titles and a list of related books.
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