Center for Latino and Latin American Studies' Library

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The Center makes available to students a library with collections in the fields of Latino history and Colonial
and Modern Latin American Studies. Holdings include the field of colonial and modern Latin American history,
literature, art, indigenous studies, and gender studies with an emphasis on the history of Mexico and Brazil.
There are also titles on ethnohistory, race, religion, and empire in colonial Latin America and regional studies of
Latinos in Chicago and the United States. The library is open to students Monday through Friday 9:00 a.m. to noon
and 1:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Books may be checked out with the Assistant to the Director of Latin American Studies,
Sandy López.

Please click here for a list of books currently available

Books are now available to check out! Simply fill out a CLLAS lending library borrower registration form and bring it to us.

Registration Form