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Latinx and Indigenous Studies

NYU Bobst LIbrary

NYU's  Bobst Library has rich print and online resources supporting Latin American and Indigenous Studies research.

These five thematic Research Guides provide you with basic research information and  links to resources.

Please note: You need to be inside Bobst Library and get online guest access to use their online resources and databases.

 

New York Public Library

The Research Libraries of the New York Public Library (NYPL) contain vast collections of materials, both historic and current, on Latin American Studies (including materials in Spanish and other languages) and Indigenous Studies.

Research Guides: Native North America; Native American Literature

Databases: American Indian Experience, Bibliography of Native North Americans, Latin American Newsstand and Latino American Experience are available in the NYPL libraries, some also from home. Consult the listings for more available resources and access options.

Access: Get a free NYPL card; please note that many materials in the Research Libraries do not circulate, so do plan for study time there.