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Latin America, Spain & Portugal: New Works in the Libraries: United States

The Libraries acquire newly published and older materials all during the year. This page highlights the most recently cataloged materials for Latin America, Spain, Portugal, and people from these areas currently living in the United States.

Latin Americans and Iberians in the United States

The titles below cover works by or about peoples from any of the countries of Latin America, the Caribbean, or Iberia who are now in the United States.

United States

Hispanics, Portuguese, and Latin Americans in the U.S. & Canada:

Curandero Conversations: El Niño Fidencio, Shamanism and Healing Traditions of the Borderlands / Antonio Zavaleta and Alberto Salinas Jr.; introduction by Jamie Sams. (Science Library RM666 .H33 Z38 2009)

Empowered!: Latinos Transforming Arizona Politics / Lisa Magaña and César S. Silva. (ebook available through GIL catalog)

Federico: One Man’s Remarkable Journey from Tututepec to L.A. / Federico Jiménez Caballero; edited by Shelby Tisdale. (ebook available through GIL catalog)

Liquid Borders: Migration as Resistance / edited By Mabel Moraña. (Includes chapters: “At the Border of Sight: States, the Civil Contract, and Bracero Program Photos” by Deborah Cohen. “Resilience beyond Cruelty: Central American Migrants Pursuing the American Dream” by Ana del Sarto.) (ebook available through GIL catalog)

Surviving the Americas: Garifuna Persistence from Nicaragua to New York City / by Serena Cosgrove and Jose Idiáquez; with Andrew Gorvetzian and Leonard Joseph Bent. (ebook available through GIL catalog)

Undocuments / John-Michael Rivera. (ebook available through GIL catalog)

Literature and languages:

Cruxi-ficciones: siete escrituras transfronterizas / Roberto Sánchez Benítez. (PS153 .M4 S25 2019)

La risa de Demóstenes, rara, III / Gabriel Jaime Caro (Gajaka); prólogo, Carlos Enrique Ortiz. (PQ7079.3 .C369 R57 2017)

U.S.-Mexico Border Region

U.S.-Mexico Border Region:

Curandero Conversations: El Niño Fidencio, Shamanism and Healing Traditions of the Borderlands / Antonio Zavaleta and Alberto Salinas Jr.; introduction by Jamie Sams. (Science Library RM666 .H33 Z38 2009)

The Ecology of Herbal Medicine: A Guide to Plants and Living Landscapes of the American Southwest / Dara Saville. (ebook available through GIL catalog)

Empowered!: Latinos Transforming Arizona Politics / Lisa Magaña and César S. Silva. (ebook available through GIL catalog)

Liquid Borders: Migration as Resistance / edited By Mabel Moraña. (Includes chapters: “At the Border of Sight: States, the Civil Contract, and Bracero Program Photos” by Deborah Cohen.) (ebook available through GIL catalog)

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