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This research guide is intended to help students and researchers of issues US-Mexican Border Studies of all levels and in many disciplines. It lists general resources related to both Mexican-American and Latin American Studies, including books, journals, and online resources available at UA.
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Located in southern Arizona some 90 miles from the U.S./Mexico border, the University of Arizona has long been known for its expertise in borderlands studies, including the history of the U.S. Southwest and northern Mexico. Department of History faculty and graduate students participate in a range of academic programs, including Latin American History, Latin American Studies, Mexican American & Raza Studies, and Anthropology's Southwest Land, Culture & Society program. For a sampling of other University resources, check out the Southwest Center, the Southwest Institute for Research on Women, the Office of Ethnohistory and Documentary Relations of the Southwest