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New Latino Studies research guide

The Libraries new online Latino Studies subject research guide brings together a wealth of resources for students and scholars in Latino studies. A Government, Law and Statistics section provides a select list of executive, congressional, legislature and state publications, as well as statistical data included in online resources and print publications. A General Reference and Biographical Sources section identifies 12 authoritative publications available in the Rutgers University Libraries. Other sections cover specialized and related electronic indexes and databases; directories; and clipping services.

The research guide includes a list of Rutgers University research centers, departments and programs that offer courses, publications, or research opportunities in Latino Studies. The research guide also provides a selected list of links to websites outside Rutgers covering aspects of Latino Studies in the United States.

The Latino Studies subject research guide was prepared by Lourdes Vázquez, Latin America, Spanish & Portuguese and Africa subject specialist. Users can access the Latino Studies subject research guide from the front page of the Libraries website following the path: Research Resources > Subject Research Guides > Social Sciences and Law > Latino Studies.

Posted October 11, 2006