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Virtual library including e-journals maintained by the Consejo Latinamericano de Ciencias Sociales (Latin American Council of Social Sciences)
Access to the full text of numerous Mexican newspapers, 1722-1978
Central catalogue and portal of information about dissertations from Brazilian universities and colleges, including PhDs. Subject to copyright, an increasing number can be downloaded in full text from the website. Abstracts are offered for all items. All subject areas are covered
Aims to create a searchable catalogue (union list) of all periodicals held by libraries and archives in Martinique, Guadeloupe and Guyana which cover the Caribbean and Amazon
Allows you to download the statistics and complete texts of the Presidential Reports of all the Brazilian provinces, 1830-1889.
Index to over 2000 scholarly journals from Latin America, the Caribbean, Spain and Portugal which is maintained by an international network of organisations & hosted at UNAM
US organisation founded by David Rockefeller in 1965, aims to promote understanding of the contemporary political, social and economic issues facing Latin America, the Caribbean, and Canada
Main French network of research on Latin American politics
The UK Association for the study of Latin America.
Collaboration between European organisations REDIAL and CEISAL to provide news, publications & resources on Latin America
Portal to German research on Latin America
Since 1992 a major portal from University of Texas at Austin
UNAM maintained portal that cross-searches over 60 websites & indexes. Especially useful for locating research reports & grey literature
Collaborative project, based at Princeton University
Offers free access to online resources about the history, culture and society of the Caribbean and its constituent nations, including historic and contemporary newspapers, photographs, government gazettes, maps, & historic books.
Full text books & resources from Dutch universities & institutes. 19th century to 1954