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This Luso-Brazilian Studies guide provides links to some of the most useful resources for researching Portuguese and Brazilian culture, literature and history. It is not comprehensive, but intends to point the user to the array of materials held at or through Penn, as well as available in the wider world.Use the tabs to navigate through the pages of this guide. Listed below are guides that generally provide more detailed information than this one. The first, which covers Portugal, is produced by the West European specialists of the Association of College and Research Libraries. The others come from major research institutions and focus on Brazil. If you wish to recommend other guides or resources or features that we might incorporate into this guide, please contact me via the email or telephone listed to the right. Purchase suggestions and your opinions are always welcome. Thanks.
"The Iberian Studies Web is designed to provide access to scholarly resources in Iberian Studies (for Spain, Portugal and Andorra)." Links to high-quality, scholarly meta-sites are emphasized. It is a project of the Western European Studies Section of the Association of College and Research Libraries.
LANIC (Latin American Network Information Consortium) is the University of Texas' portal for a wide range of websites from and about Latin America. It provides both country and subject access. This link organizes and lists Brazilian resources.
Devised as a tool to support research in Brazilian Studies, Researching Brazil/Pesquisa no Brasil is both a bibliographic index and a gateway to online resources relevant to the field. Bibliographic records link to Indiana University Library collection information.