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.
Use the tabs to navigate this guide, and be sure to scroll down to see the content on each page.
Click on the tab "Getting Started" for an overview of searching techniques
Click on "Exploring the Borderlands" to identify specialized resources (current events, media) which provide excellent starting points for many topics on the borderlands (and in some cases Latin American) Studies.
Please also email me if you have additional research questions, would like to set up a research consultation, or have other suggested resources to include in this guide
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