An e-book collection that includes many classics of Latin American literature and thought.
Provides access to digitized versions of Caribbean cultural, historical and research materials currently held in archives, libraries, and private collections. Includes historical and contemporary newspapers, literary journals, official documents, ecological and economic data, maps, travel accounts and more.
Cultural and historic patrimony of the region, including books and documents and valuable collections such as 19th century newspapers held in the Instituto de Historia de Nicaragua y Centroamérica.
A portal to the digital collections of archives, libraries and museums that participate in the Open Archives Initiative promoted by the European Union. Access more than 3 million digital objects held in 172 depositories. Definitely includes content of Latin American studies interest.
PARES, Portal de los Archivos Españoles (Partial full-text)
An unparalleled digital resource for the study of colonial Spanish America. Provides access to the holdings of various Spanish archives. Millions of page images are freely downloadable; copies of other items identified but not digitized can be requested through the site. Includes holdings from a number of provincial archives, the archives of the Spanish Civil War, and the famous Archivo de Indias.
CLACSO,Consejo Latinoamericano de Ciencias Sociales (Latin American Council of Social Sciences)
An international non-governmental institution created in 1967 with formal consulting ties to UNESCO, today CLACSO encompasses 302 research centers and and degree-granting programs (including post-graduate) in social sciences in 25 countries in Latin America, the Caribbean, the United States and Europe.
CLACSO Red de Bibliotecas Virtuales (Network of Virtual Libraries)
Links to CLACSO’s 12,000-plus volume library of digitized books, conference papers, theses, and working papers published in Latin America and the Caribbean. Search the "Sala de Lectura" or go to "Revistas" for journals.
FLACSO (Latin American Faculty of Social Sciences)
FLACSO is one of Latin America’s foremost academic networks with 10 national centers throughout the region. Created by a UNESCO initiative in 1957, FLACSO is dedicated to promoting and supporting social sciences study and research.
FLACSO Andes Biblioteca Digital "... 2272 libros y 7861 artículos que se pueden descargar en texto completo digital de manera gratuita."
Enlace Academico Centroamericano Presents digital books and journals from the FLACSO centers in Central America and other research institutes. See "Base Documental."
Searchable by keyword, limited by language, document type, country or topic.
Biblioteca Digital del Patrimonio Iberoamericano (BDPI) is a portal that integrates bibliographic descriptions of digital objects from the collections of participating libraries. Contributing countries.