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This research guide points to resources relevant to Caribbean Countries, Regions, and Subjects.
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Caribbean Studies is an interdisciplinary subject area which involves at least 19 countries, languages and cultures (Spanish, African, English, French, Portuguese, and Indigenous) and many subject disciplines, including Anthropology, Art and Art History, History, Economics, Geography, International Affairs, Music, Political Science, Religion, and Sociology.


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Key Resources

  • Caribbean Abstracts
    1989 to present

    Online version of the print index produced at the Royal Netherlands Institute of Southeast Asian and Caribbean Studies. Contains English abstracts of selected books and articles in the humanities and social sciences.
  • Handbook of Latin American Studies
    For the print version, see:

    Handbook of Latin American studies. Austin [etc.] : University of Texas Press [etc.].

    STROZIER LIBRARY -- Subbasement - Ask at Circulation -- Z1605 .H28 no.1 (1935)-no.15 (1949)

    STROZIER LIBRARY -- Reference -- Z1605 .H28-In-Library Use Only -- no. 16(1950)-no.60(2005), Index no. 1-28 (1936-1966)

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  • Latin American Network Information Center (LANIC)  
    Administered by the University of Texas Austin, provides access to official (government), scholarly, and popular internet portals to information on Latin America for virtually every subject available.

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  • Fuente Academica
    Fuente Academica provides PDF full text for 260 scholarly publications covering areas of academic study. Content is provided in Spanish and Portuguese from respected publishers worldwide.
  • University of Florida Latin American Collection
    One of the premier Latin American library collections in the United States, UF holds many unique or rare books, manuscripts, maps, and newspapers. It is likely worth a visit to access their rich collection, particularly for primary sources. UF's Center for Latin American Studies also offers a travel grant for visiting scholars.
  • Selected Bibliography of US Government and International Documents on Latin America and the Caribbean
    Identifies many excellent starting points for research on Latin America and the Caribbean.

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