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Spanish and Latin American Literature: Research Guide for Junior Essay and Senior Thesis Writers   Tags: american, junior, latin, latino, literature, senior, spanish, thesis  

An introductory guide to resources and research strategies for junior and senior projects.
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Iberia and Latin America


Iberian Peninsula (NASA)
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Map of the Americas, 1705
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    This guide includes research tips and strategies to assist you in your preparation for your written work as juniors and seniors. This research guide complements the resources found in RLL-Research: Research Guide to Romance Studies, a much larger research site.

    Please note: This research guide was created by librarians in previous semesters. Some links may no longer be active, and the Library will not be updating them for the time being. If you wish to visit a site that has an inactive link, please consider using a search engine.

     

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    • quick links to key resources explained on other pages of this guide
    • practical tools to organize your research
    • information on library services
    • a listing of research contacts by subject

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