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Latino Studies Research Guide

Resources about Latinos / Hispanics in the United States

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Welcome to the Latinos Studies Research Guide where you can find tips and information to help you navigate LAL resources.

Visit us at the Latin American Library, located on the fourth floor of Howard-Tilton Memorial Library. The Latin American Library Offices and Special Collections are open Monday-Friday, 8:30am-5:00pmOur general collections are open 7 days a week. 

Other guides of interest:  Latino Studies Research Guide and the Spanish Language Press in New Orleans Research Guide.

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Written by recognized literary scholars and critics, entries discuss an author's life and career and summarize the critical response to his or her work, from initial publication to the present. Entries also contain: The author's birth/death date and educational background, a complete list of the writer's works, and bibliographies of additional information on the author

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