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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.:

Colonial Migrants at the Heart of Empire: Puerto Rican Workers on U.S. Farms / Ismael García-Colón. (E184 .P85 G37 2020)

Public Los Angeles: A Private City’s Activist Futures / Don Parson; edited by Roger Keil and Judy Branfman; with additional contributions by Dana Cuff, Mike Davis, Steven Flusty, Greg Goldin, Jacqueline Leavitt, Laura Pulido, Sue Ruddick, Tom Sitton, Edward W. Soja, and Jennifer Wolch. (Chap. 14: “Race, Class, and Political Activism: Black, Chicana/o, and Japanese American Leftists in Southern California, 1968-1978” by Laura Pulido.) (HN80.L7 P37 2019) (Also available as electronic book)

U.S.-Mexico Border Region

U.S.-Mexico Border Region:

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