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ALZAR (Academic Latina/o Zone of Activism & Research) is a group within SALALM (Seminar on the Acquisition of Latin American Library Materials). Its goal is to provide a link (virtual and real) to resources addressing Latina/o issues in the academic setting. Their page includes lists of general sites, reference and bibliographic sources, databases, journals and magazines, archival collections, oral histories, advocacy groups, professional associations, research centers, and more.
Includes the Handbook of Latino Studies. Keywords to search include: Latino, Latinx, Latinidad, immigration, assimilation, Chicano Movement, Spanglish, and bilingualism.
Access to full text of titles published by Oxford Scholarship Online for the following collections and updates: Archaeology (Sept. & Nov. 2012); Business & Management (Sept. 2009, May 2010); Classics (current through 2016); History (current through 2016); Economics & Finance (current through 2016); Linguistics (current through 2016); Music (current thru 2016); Philosophy (current through 2016); Political Science (Sept. 2009, Jan. & May 2010, Jan. 2011, May 2011); Religion (Sept. 2009, Jan. 2010, Jan. & May 2011)
Index of information about Latinos/Hispanics in the US. Provides extensive coverage of Mexican Americans from the 1960s to the present, with selective coverage dating back to the early 1900s. Records added since 1992 include the broader Latino experience, including Puerto Ricans, Cuban Americans, and Central American immigrants.