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Latin American and Caribbean Studies: Home


Welcome to this guide to Latin American and Caribbean Studies using the resources of the MSU Libraries. To learn about how the MSU Libraries is supporting remote learning during the 2020/2021 academic year, see our Online and Distance Learning page

Librarians Monitoring COVID-19

Law Librarians Monitoring COVID-19 in Latin America and the Caribbean

Includes bi-weekly reports from throughout the region.

Global Social Responses to COVID-19 Web Archive

Launched on March 1, 2021, the archive emphasizes "websites produced by underrepresented ethnicities and stateless groups, the Archive covers (but is not limited to): sites published by non-governmental organizations that focus on public health, humanitarian relief, and education; sites published by established and amateur artists in any realm of cultural production; sites published by local news sources; sites published by civil society actors and representatives; and relevant blogs and social media pages. At the time of its launch, the Archive featured over 2,000 websites from over 80 countries in over 50 languages."--Samantha Abrams, Web Resources Collection Librarian, Ivy Plus Libraries Confederation.

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