Welcome to the Latin American Library's News & Newspapers Research Guide for Latin America & the Caribbean, where you can find tips and information to help you navigate library resources.
The Latin American Library provides access to news sources in a variety of formats, ranging from rare print copies of historical newspapers (18th century-1930s), print copies of contemporary newspapers (1940s-present), current newspaper subscriptions (such as the Granma International from Havana, Cuba), and access to full-text databases. Use this guide to explore LAL holdings.
The Latin American Library is here to help with all your research needs! Visit us at on the fourth floor of Howard-Tilton Memorial Library. Our offices are open Monday-Friday, 8:30am-5:00pm. Our open stacks and study areas are open 7 days a week.
This research guide will be continually updated. Email Rachel Stein with any suggestions.