The libraries now offer online access to the Encyclopedia of U.S.-Latin American Relations. Students in summer courses such as LAS 208 Introduction to Latin American Studies, ITS 201 Introduction to International Studies, or HST 111 Survey of American History, this resource is for you!
The encyclopedia contains over 800 entries authored by scholars in history, political science, and Latin American studies. Easily locate these entries through the A-Z list of entries, browse by topic, or view entries by country.
Helpful tools in this online resource include How to Cite guide specific to this encyclopedia and a CiteNow! link in each entry. Take full advantage of this resource by setting up Your Profile, which allows users to save Favorite Documents and Saved Searches, as well as maintain a Documents History.
Other unique features of the encyclopedia include maps, images and photographs (such as the one below), and biographies of significant Latin American leaders and U.S. presidents.
"U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Honduran President Manuel Zelaya." In Encyclopedia of U.S.-Latin American Relations, edited by Thomas M. Leonard, vol. 3, 688. Washington, DC: CQ Press, 2012. http://library.cqpress.com/uslar/euslarv3-1304-74453-2420075.
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