Latino Studies Research Guide
To search for books on Latino Studies, go to “Search Library Catalog” on the left side of the Library webpage. Use “Advanced Search” and put in your search terms (“Latino” and “Culture” or other relevant terms ). Be aware that you may have to use synonymous terms in order to retrieve better results. Also be aware that, instead of “Latino” you may want to use “Hispanic” or “Central American” or the particular country which you are researching. The call numbers will vary depending on the country and the subject. For example, some results are:
Latino chronology : chronologies of the American mosaic / D. H. Figueredo. E184.S75 F543 2007
Otherness in Hispanic culture / edited by Teresa Fernández Ulloa ; proofreading in English by Erin K. Hogan and Steven Gamboa ; contributors, Teresa Fernández Ulloa BD460.O74 .O844 2014
Guatemala: a cry from the heart / V. David Schwantes HN39.G89 S39 1990
To search for articles, go to “FDU Online Library” on the left side of the Library Webpage. The databases are arranged by subject as well as alphabetically. Some effective websites are:
World Geography and Culture Online
ProQuest Research Library
Academic Search Premier
From the database, you can use Advanced Search to enter search terms. Remember to check boxes to limit your search to full text and scholarly or peer reviewed articles. You can also limit your search by date.
Remember: When searching online, check “About Us” to find out the authorship of the website. Don’t take it’s authority for granted.