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Latin American Studies: General Area Resources

An interdisciplinary view of resources on the modern Latin American world, including history, literature, politics, news, and culture.

New Books in Latin American Studies

A companion to viceregal Mexico City, 1519-1821 / edited by John F. López
The divorce / César Aira ; translated by Chris Andrews ; with an introduction by Patti Smith
The luminous novel / Mario Levrero
Migratory birds / Mariana Oliver
Racial immanence : chicanx bodies beyond representation / Marissa K. López
Slash and burn / Claudia Hernández
When a robot decides to die & other stories / Francisco García González ; translated and introduction by Bradley J. Nelson
The woman from Uruguay / Pedro Mairal ; translated by Jennifer Croft
Women, witchcraft, and the Inquisition in Spain and the New World / edited by María Jesús Zamora Calvo

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Marianne Williams
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Contact:
Ladd Library 131
(207) 786-8323
mwillia8@bates.edu

I am usually at the Research Desk Mon. 6-9, Tues. 1-4, and Wed. 10-1

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