Global Collections Initiative: Latin America

Winter 2018 | Volume 37, Number 1 | Download PDF

Global Collections Initiative: Latin America

In This Issue

The latest developments in CRL’s ongoing efforts to support access to primary source materials for international studies, specifically on Latin America.

Expanding and Sustaining the Supply Chain for International and Area Studies Documentation

A new CRL project aims to lay the groundwork for research libraries to move from paper-era modes of preservation and procurement of primary source documentation to approaches better suited to an evolving global information environment.

Latin American Cultural & Political Journals: a Digital Selection

New interest in 19th and early 20th century Latin American journals inspired a collaborative effort by LAMP, CRL and Cornell University to expand digital access to popular and political press materials from the era.

Legal and Government Resources for Latin America in LLMC Digital

CRL will add up to 2,000 volumes of historical Latin American legal publications to the LLMC Digital database over the next three years.

LAMP and LARRP: Complementary Approaches to Collaborative Preservation and Access

Two area programs based at CRL, the Latin Americanist Materials Project (LAMP) and the Latin American Research Resources Program (LARRP) maintain a dynamic symbiotic relationship to support Latin American studies.

Portrait of Fidel Castro from issue cover. Bohemia (Havana, 26 de Julio, 1966). CRL collections