ONLINE RESOURCES

In addition to a vast collection of related secondary materials held in the University’s Homer Babbidge Library, the Archives & Special Collections Department of the Thomas J. Dodd Research Center houses a large number of special research collections in Hispanic and Caribbean history and culture. The University of Connecticut participates in the New England Consortium for Latin American Studies with Yale and Brown Universities and the University of Massachusetts. The Consortium provides our students access to expanded library borrowing privileges for special research projects at partner schools, as well as the option for graduate students to take classes at any of those institutions. Students and faculty also have the opportunity to attend and present their work at several different annual on-campus lecture series. This page also provides links to topic related resource web sites.

INSTITUTES AND CENTERS AT UCONN

Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies

Institute for Puerto Rican and Latino Studies

Puerto Rican/Latin American Cultural Center

Institute for African American Studies

Human Rights Institute

Latin American Collection

Center for Oral History

Study Abroad

Humanities Institute

Office of International Affairs

Latin American Studies Consortium of New England

New England Council of Latin American Studies

 

ON-CAMPUS LECTURE SERIES

Visiting Scholars in Gender and History Lecture Series

Foreign Policy Seminar

Draper Graduate Student Conference

Institute of Puerto Rican and Latino Studies Annual Conference

Institute for African American Studies Conference

Human Rights Institute Speaker Series

 

LEARNING RESOURCES WEBSITES

Mexican Migrant Comic Book

Sources and General Resources on Latin America

African Diaspora in Latin America and the Caribbean

The Latino/a History Project

Map: Latin America (Political)

U.S. Census 2000: The Hispanic Population

Latin American and Latino Current News Sources

Latin American Studies Association

Latin American Network Information Center

National Association for Chicana and Chicano Studies

 

RELATED CONNECTICUT WEBSITES

La Paloma Sabanera Coffee House and Bookstore