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Library Research Resources

Welcome!

Welcome to UT Tyler Library's guide to research on Latin American history!  Use the tabs above to learn about the many resources available to support the information needs of our history students and faculty.

For a quick start, begin with these four resources:

1.  For books that you can check out today, go to the Library Catalog.

2.  For books that the UT Tyler Library does not own, go to WorldCat, find a book, and then Request from Another Library.

3.  For articles published after 1960, go to Historical Abstracts.

4.  For articles published before 1960, go to JSTOR.

5.  Check the tabs for additional resources, many of them online and free!

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Top Thirteen Graduate Schools for Latin American History, according to U. S. News & World Resport

Links to the top 13 (there are several ties) grad schools (or their centers) for Latin American history, according to the 2013 ranking by U. S. News & World Report.  The second link for each is to their library's research guide or guides.  They are definitely worth checking out for additional sources.

1.  University of Texas at Austin.--- Research guides.
2.  Yale University -- Research guide.
3.  University of Wisconsin--Madison -- Research guide.
4.  Duke University -- Research guide.
5.  University of California--Los Angeles -- Research guide.
6.  University of Chicago -- Research guide.
6.  University of Michigan--Ann Arbor -- Research guide.
8.  Indiana University--Bloomington -- Research guide.
9.  New York University -- Research guide.
9.  University of Arizona -- Research guide.
9.  University of Florida -- Research guide.
12.  University of California--San Diego -- Research guide.
12.  University of North Carolina--Chapel Hill -- Research guides.