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Latin American Studies: Full text databases and e-books
This guide has an emphasis on full-text, and online resources. It is designed to help you find books, articles, images, films, as well as reference and primary sources related to research on Latin American Studies.
Full text databases and e-books
Use SearchWorks, it is the Stanford Libraries catalog and it is helpful to find books, articles, journals, microfilm, DVDs, archival materials, special collections manuscripts, digital contents and more. When you get in, utilize the menu on the left hand column to Refine your results by choosing Access and limit your results to online resources only, or limit your search by dates, format, language, etc.
These sites provide open access (at no cost) to scholarly journals in the social sciences and humanities. Coverage varies from title to title and can range from just table of contents, to partially/fully digitized older issues, with some journals having a moving wall limiting access the most recent issue.
Dialnet, based in Spain, also covering Latin American content.
Digitalia has full text books and journal articles on humanities and social sciences titles from Spain and Latin America.
HathiTrust, digital repository and access platform created from contributions of large academic libraries. With Stanford's membership you have access to public domain materials through the HathiTrust website.
Ebook central English-language scholarly books on various disciplines.