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Latino/a and Latin American Studies: Home


This guide provides a framework for library research in Latino/a and Latin American Studies at Wayne State University. Research assistance is available from the CLLAS Librarian or from our Ask a Librarian service (right column).

For more information about study, programs, and research in Latino/a and Latin American Studies at Wayne State University, see the Center for Latino/a and Latin American Studies (CLLAS) web site.

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Latino/a and Latin American Studies are interdisciplinary. Research usually requires searching in different areas and using good search terms. In addition to the CLLAS Librarian, you can contact any of the subject specialists in these areas for focused assistance.

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If you do not see your research area, see a full list of disciplines and subject specialists.

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