American & Caribbean Studies and Modern Languages
TO LATIN AMERICAN & CARIBBEAN RESOURCES
following is a list of selected comprehensive collections of links to Latin
American & Caribbean web resources:
Heritage in the USA
directory including links to all Hispanic countries, biographical information on
famous Hispanics, Coloquio-Revista Cultural Hispana, "English only"
controversy resources, etc. Compiled by Javier Bustamante
by Francisco Garcia, ATM Enterprises; list of Latino informational sites in
broad categories including politics, literature, libraries & bookstores,
music, dance, theater, etc.
Resources For Latin America
guide to Latin American net resources by Molly Molloy, New Mexico State
American Network Information Center - LANIC
of the best gateways to academic (and other) net resources from/about Latin
America: Subject Resources
page compiled by Rita Wilson, Librarian at University of Texas--San Antonio.
Spanish-language directory for information on the Hispanic world.
A gateway to Latin American, and Spanish culture and language on the
Internet. Includes links to libraries, newspapers and periodicals, literary
journals, publishing houses, and bookstores; and links relating to literature,
music, and art.
AMERICAN AND CARIBBEAN STUDIES
for Latin American Economics
(Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas) The center’s
purpose is twofold: to promote public understanding of economic policy issues
related to Latin America and to serve as a clearinghouse for information about
the region providing links to resources, including publications and conferences.
Bank - Latin America and the Caribbean
World Bank Group is one of the world's largest sources of development
assistance. . It serves 30 countries in Latin America and the Caribbean
(LAC), with the primary focus of helping the poorest
people and the poorest countries.
and documents relating to the North American Free Trade
Agreement made available by the NAFTA Secretariat in English, Spanish,
collector's vision of Puerto Rico/La vision de un coleccionista
art and artifacts in this exhibition present a sampler of Puerto Rico's history
and culture over centuries. They are part of a vast collection created by
Teodoro Vidal, who began a personal quest in the 1950s to document the people,
history, and culture of Puerto Rico from the 1700s to the present.
to you by the Smithsonian Office of Education and highlights the lives and
accomplishments of inventors, aviators, astronauts, and the everyday people of
Latin America and the southwestern United States who have affected science and
An electronic virtual environment featuring virtual art by latino artists, approaching Latino/a contributions to America's history, arts and culture.
Provides a wealth
of information on AfroCuban culture, covering areas such
as language, music, dance, religion, art, theatre, and film.
De Etnomusicologia Y Folklore
Produced by Fundación de Etnomusicología y Foklore (FUNDEF) provides information on traditional music and musical instruments of Latin America and the Caribbean.
Database of the Americas
University) Contains statistical and political information on Latin America,
including constitutions, electoral laws, legislative and executive branch
information, and election data.
Resources on the Net
Listings of political sites available on the Internet sorted by country, with links to Parties, Organizations, Governments, Media and more from all around the world
American and Caribbean Government Documents
country, the database provides links to government sites within Latin America
and also includes links to a variety of statistical sources.
Rights in Latin America
produced by Derechos Human Rights, the
site contains articles, lists of human rights NGO's and links to other sites by
of New Mexico) A news and educational service on Latin America. Includes
weekly electronic news bulletins about Mexico, Central America, and the
Caribbean; a searchable archive of over 24,000 articles since 1986 updated
weekly, and teaching materials and resources.
Studies & Area Handbooks
Library of Congress publishes and updates this series which contains information
describing and analyzing the political, economic and social structure of many
for general information about Latin America and the Caribbean. Access is
provided to radio broadcasts, cultural sites, company information and,
"best new internet sites."
of American States
OAS collects data on economic, political and social issues of all countries in
text newspapers from Latin America- LANIC
links to newspapers in Latin America and around the world.
of Latin American Studies(HLAS)
Produced by the
Hispanic Division of the Library of Congress. Provides abstracts and complete
bibliographic information for published materials from and about Latin America
on a wide range of
topics in the
humanities and social sciences and covers more than 50 years of scholarly
Latin American Development Archive
(Johns Hopkins University) LADARK contains data sets and other information useful to social scientists who are doing research on Latin American development.
of the Americas
(Perry Castañeda Library Map Collection, University of Texas) Political and relief maps of countries and regions in North, South, and Central America and the Caribbean. Includes some historical maps.
and information Web site and providing multimedia content to those who are
interested in learning more about Latinos both as a market and as a community.
following is a list of selected web sites including links to general, Spanish
Language & Spanish Literature resources
collection of resources for language learners of all ages and levels. Currently
offers on-line lessons in French, German, Italian, and Spanish. Also includes
resources for teachers and educators and the opportunity to participate in
scheduled chat sessions.
site provides access to general and specialized romance language and bilingual
General de la Lengua Española Vox
provides access to a Spanish
dictionary as well as a Spanish-English, English-Spanish dictionary.
A guide to the rules of Spanish grammar.
site provides historical and current information regarding the Royal Spanish
Academy and its publications, and it allows you to search two of the Academy's
dictionaries: Diccionario de Autoridades (1726-1739) and Diccionario Usual
Biblioteca Virtual Miguel de Cervantes
A large and growing collection of texts of all types. Catálogo
The Cervantes Project:
A comprehensive bibliography
of studies, editions, and translations of Cervantes' works, as well as a digital
archive of photographic images on Cervantes' times and works housed at Texas
A&M University (TAMU)
Site with plenty of information for the student of the Spanish literature, arranged by categories within time periods, with short biographical essays of the leading authors and analysis of the major literary trends.
Textos de comedias:
from the Siglo de oro including works by Calderón, Caro de Mallén, Hurtado de
Mendoza, Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz, Mira de Amescua, Moreto, Rojas Zorrilla,
Ruiz de Alarcón, Tirso de Molina, Lope de Vega, and Vélez de Guevara.
del Ensayo Ibero e Iberoamericano
Large collection of Spanish essays from the 14th to the 20th centuries, listed by author and chronologically. Part of the Proyecto Ensayo Hispánico at the University of Georgia.
Recursos para el estudio de español: Literatura:
intends to provide a guide to Web sites of interest to those who want to learn
about Spanish literature by bringing together general resources as well as other
more specific on fiction, poetry and drama. Both students and teachers of
Spanish studies will find it useful. In English and Spanish
Spanish Literature(Center for the Liberal Arts, University of Virginia):
collection of links to authors, book reviews, libraries and online texts
focusing on the content of Spanish and Latin American literature, language, and
Language and Literature Web:
by the Association of College and Research Libraries to provide access to
scholarly resources in Iberian language and literature.
Selected resources include reference works, bibliographies, electronic texts and
An excellent source for Spanish American literature maintained by the University of Texas. Resources are arranged geographically by country, and include magazines and journals, biographies of authors, texts and newsgroups.
of a very large collection of Spanish poetry.
to biographical information for some of the most famous authors of the
hispanicworld as well as some of their works. Web site created by Francisco
of Spanish Language & Literature at Instituto Vilatzara(Barcelona)
Spanish Language Publications
A Spanish language online magazine providing news
articles, essays, and interviews about Latin America, Latinos, art, culture,
sports and politics.
Provides links to Spanish language news, including
sports, entertainment, education, food, travel, business, culture, and