Library for the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies (CLACS)The CLACS library, located in the Hamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies (GA 2078), includes a selection of books, manuscripts, periodicals, videos, and music from different regions of the Caribbean, Mexico, Central, and South America, including Brazil. The library contains over 400 items, some of them are rare and unique collections, such as music and documentaries from different regions in Latin America. Feel free to explore the names of historical figures, periodicals, titles by theme, region, and time period. The current selection of periodicals incudes special issues from Mexico (Voices of Mexico) and Cuba (Opus Havana). It also includes manuscripts that were printed at Indiana University in the early 1970s (Latin American Studies Working Papers). It also contains a publication contributed by the Mexican Consulate in Indianapolis, featuring the history of a Mexican diplomat and ambassador: Matias Romero and the Craft of Diplomacy (1837-1898). Other items include Latin American manuscripts (Lilly Library), a collection of Ecuadorian laws at Indiana University, and new perspectives on modern Argentina. Some of these items have been generously donated by faculty and CLACS donors. In the near future, we plan to make some of these items available in digital format.
If you wish to check out some of these books, please fill out the form to send your request.