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Research Guides@Tufts

Art History: Latinx Art & its History: Home

Research Librarian

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Chao Chen
Chao is on leave for the Fall Semester. For research support please contact Darin Murphy for History of Art & Architecture, Micah Saxton for Film & Media Studies, Chelcie Rowell for Theatre, Dance, & Performance Studies, or Martha Kelehan for International Literary & Cultural Studies.

Bibliographies | Books | Articles

Note: terms used in books and articles published in the past as well as language used in library catalogues are becoming outdated. We acknowledge that cataloging approaches were designed in a racist and white-centered system. Before we can change that completely, we need to include all possible keywords for the most comprehensive search results possible. For examples: Latin/Latino/Latina/latinx, Hispanic Americans, Spanish Americans, Chicano/a, Cuban American, and so on.


I. Bibliographies

 

Note: check out the following Subject Databases of journal articles for review of books as well.

 

II. (JumboSearch for) Books 

Browsing and Search patterns for your reference:

     

 

Note: Worldwide Libraries (also known as WorldCat) is still a better place to get a fuller picture of  books on a topic.)

Getty Research Portal Digitized art history texts in the public domain.

**Check the Boston Public Library's catalog for eBooks (and  sign up for a BPL eCard , Tufts students and faculty eligible)

**"Digital books" on Internet Archive

III. Journal Articles (subject databases)

A. All Subjects

B.  Art History and Related Subjects Databases

ARTbibliographies Modern (not in the EBSCO group)

 

C. Latin American Studies

         

D. Newspapers and Magazines

Current:

Historical: