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Latinx and Indigenous Studies

This guide is to assist The New School community members when researching Latinx and Indigenous Studies.


A "shopping mall" of newspaper, magazine and journal articles in all subject areas

Use it to get an overview on your subject or familiarize yourself with issues to learn about a new subject;  find current events, interviews, commentary, etc.

  • Use the power of this database by Limiting Dates, Document Type (e.g. interviews, reviews), and using the fields in the search section (Citation and Abstract vs. Citation and Document Text)
  • Narrow your results list by using the menu on the right to choose scholarly journals, a subject area or to select a publication date range 
  • This is a good starting place for most topics “to see what’s out there.” It's also a great database for news, popular views, interviews

Project Muse and JSTOR  provide "boutique" access to:

  • Full Text of selected Academic Journal Articles
  • Articles in most fields of the humanities and social sciences
  • Project Muse covers the most current five to ten years (this varies by journal title, check under Browse Journals for exact dates)
  • JSTOR covers past years mainly, mostly up to 1-4 years ago

Ask Yourself: Who Cares about My Topic?

Go to our A-Z Databases listing and use the All Subjects drop box filter to identify database that fit the lens through which you want to explore your topic - for example Anthropology or Art.