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HIST 309: Knowledge, Power and the Production of History in Latin America (HC)

History 309: Knowledge, Power and the Production of History in Latin America (Rosas) Fall 2022

Guides to Primary Sources

Online Source Collections

Sources in Printed Form

Primary sources that have been edited, reprinted in facsimiles, or transferred to microfilm can be borrowed through E-ZBorrow or Interlibrary Loan if they are not in Tripod. Many of them will be listed in Tripod or WorldCat under subject terms and the word "sources." For example, the search latin america* history sources produces books including:

  • Afro-Latino Voices: Narratives from the Early Modern Ibero-Atlantic World, 1550-1812    Connect from Bryn Mawr College  Icon  Icon

  • Annals of Native America: How the Nahuas of Colonial Mexico Kept Their History Alive    Connect from Bryn Mawr College  Icon  Icon

  • Colonial Latin American History: A Documentary History    Connect from Bryn Mawr College  Icon  Icon

  • Latin American Religions: Histories and Documents in Context    Connect from Bryn Mawr College  Icon  Icon

  • Women and Gender in Modern Latin America: Historical Sources and Interpretations    Connect from Bryn Mawr College  Icon  Icon 


Books printed in earlier time periods are kept in libraries' rare book collections.  You can use Haverford's Special Collections and Bryn Mawr's websites to look for relevant books including:       

          Cathecismo de la lengua zaapoteca
          by Levanto, Leonardo. 
          Published 1766
         Subjects: '; ...Catholic Church Mexico History 18th century Sources...
          Call Number: PM4549 .L4 1766
          Located: Haverford: Special Collections Rare Books