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Latina/o/x & Latin American Studies

Introduction

Latino/a/x and Latin American Studies are interdisciplinary fields. There are many points of access to the scholarly literature to consider. Your librarian can help you consult a variety of resources across disciplines to research your questions. Always review background and reference resources to get started; encyclopedias, dictionaries, and other resources to help you discover basic information—names, dates, definitions, or summaries.  They can help narrow or select your topic or help you brainstorm as you begin research on an unfamiliar subject. Here are some useful texts to orient one's self to interdisciplinary research. 

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Core Resources

Locate article full text from within a database

Clicking the MHLinks button for an article will help you locate the full text.

  • If available online: click direct link to go to the full text article online
  • If available in print: double check the years the library owns, find the article in print alphabetically by title (recent journals are in the reading room, older journals are on floor 2)
  • If neither option is available at MHC: click "request via Illiad" to have it delivered electronically through inter-library loan.

Refworks

Refworks is an online citation manager for collecting, organizing, and citing sources. 

Version 3 - New accounts and accounts created after Fall 2016

Version 2 - accounts created before Fall 2016

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