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Latin American & Iberian Literatures

Last Updated: 26-Mar-2015

This guide provides resources to Latin American and Iberian Literatures.

Subject Librarians

Curator for Latin American, Iberian & Mexican American Collections
(650) 384-9392

Reference citations

[New York] : H.W. Wilson, 1987-
Stanford University Libraries » Online resource » (no call number)
References to book chapters and articles on literature, folklore, and linguistics.


Reference citations

These databases help you find citations and references and sometimes will contain full text:

MLA Bibliography -References book chapters and articles on literature, folklore and linguistics.

Full text databases

These resources offer full text, including texts in Spanish and Portuguese:

Digitalia - journal articles on humanities and social sciences from Spain and Latin America.

Periodicals Archive Online - over two centuries of full text scholarly publications on humanities and social sciences in various languages.

xSearch -allows searching through various interfaces at once for e-books, dissertations and full text.

*Latin American Literature

*Peninsular Literature

*Latin American Women Writers - over 100,000 pages of works in original language from 17th - 20th Centuries.


Full-text searching and retrieval of thousands of titles in various disciplines, with a rich "information toolset." Printing and copying from particular titles may have print/copy page limits:

Digitalia - access to scholarly e-books from Spain and Latin America.

Historical images

Searchable databases offering thousands of images from different times, cultures and disciplines. It combines images, data and texts, and it provides comprehensive art-related teaching, learning and researching capabilities through features such as zooming and panning:

ARTSTOR - provides over 1.8 million digital images in the arts, architecture, humanities, and sciences.

World scholar. Latin America & the Caribbean. - collection of primary source documents about Latin America and the Caribbean; academic journals and news feeds covering the region; reference articles and commentary; maps and statistics; audio and video.