Spanish Language and Literature: A Resource Pathfinder
The following Databases are recommended:
- Academic Search Complete
- ERIC (Proquest) (eric.ed.gov) (EBSCOhost)
- Gale Databases
- Humanities Source
- Research Library
For access to full text electronic journals, click “Journals” on the library home page and search by title, or browse by subject. Select “Languages and Literatures” in the drop-down subject menu, click “search” and then select from the subsequent list “Romance Languages” [77 titles] or “Spanish Literature” [70 titles])
The following Books are recommended:
Cambridge History of Spanish Literature. New York: Cambridge
University Press, 2004.
Ref PQ6033.C36 2004
- The Columbia History of Latinos in the United
States since 1960. New York: Columbia University Press, 2004.
Ref E184.S75 C644 2004
- Crossing Cultures:
hispanic authors and the challenges they overcame in the United States/
Rhina Toruna. New York: Peter Lang, 2011.
- Defending Their
Own in the Cold: the cultural turns of U.S. Puerto Ricans/ Marc Zimmerman.
Urbana: U of Illinois Press, 2011.
Greenwood Encyclopedia of Latino literature (3 volumes). Westport:
Greenwood Press, 2008.
- Hispanics in
the United States: a demographic, social, and economic history, 1980-2005/Laird
W. Bergad. New York: Cambridge UP, 2010.
Ref E184 S75 B47
- The Hispanic American Almanac: a reference work
on Hispanics in the United States. Detroit: Gale, 2003.
Ref E184.S75 H557 2003.
- Latinos in
America/ Jorge J. Gracia. Malden MA: Blackwell, 2008
- Mainland Passage:
the cultural anomaly of Puerto Rico/ Ramon Soto-Crespo. Minneapolis: U of
Minnesota Press, 2009.
- The Oxford Encyclopedia of Latinos and Latinas
in the United States. New York: Oxford, 2005.
Ref E184.S75 C97 2005
- The Oxford Spanish Dictionary: Spanish-English/English-Spanish.
New York: Oxford, 2003.
Ref PC4640.O94 2003
Ricans in the United States: a contemporary portrait/ Edna Acosta-Belen.
Boulder: Rienner, 2006.
E184 P85 A23 2006
the U.S. Hispanic Linguistic Heritage: sociohistorical approaches to Spanish in
the United States/ Alejandra Balestra. Houston: Arte Press, 2008.
the U.S. Hispanic literary heritage, vols. 6,7, and 8. Houston: Arte
(ebooks: vol. 6, vol. 7, vol. 8)
- The Writer’s
Experience: essays on self and circumstance in the Hispanic literatures/
Peter G. Earle. Lewisburg: Bucknell UP, 2006.
PQ7081 E273 2006.
The following Websites are recommended:
- WESS Iberian Language and Literature Web (Association of College and Research Libraries)
- UT-LANIC (Latin American Network Information Center, University of Texas)
- UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center (at the University of California, Los Angeles)
- Timeline of Art History from the Metropolitan Museum of Art
The Library of Iberian Resources Online (Basic texts and sources in
translation along with scholarly writing about Iberian peninsula from
fifth to seventeenth century)
Samora Research Institute at Michigan State University (Research papers
and reports on Latinos in the Midwest together with Web links)
- Internet Sourcebook: Spanish for Business and Economics (Center for Language Education and Research at Michigan State University) http://clear.msu.edu/
- Career Services Center at the University of Delaware (suggestions and web links for students of foreign languages)
in Languages - Wake Forest University (provides information on career
areas and professions open to those pursuing degrees in foreign
- American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages
- American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese
- Modern Language Association
- Midwest Modern Language Association (Regional Affiliate)
- Association of Departments of Foreign Languages
- Michigan World Language Association
- Central States Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages
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