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Hispanic Heritage Resources: Contact a librarian

This guide will help you find the most interesting and reliable books, articles, and websites about Hispanic Americans, their heritage, and their contributions to American life and society.

How to Reach Us

The librarians are happy to answer your research and citation questions. Whenever the library is open, there is always a librarian on duty at the reference desk who can assist you.

The librarian listed in the right column of this page is familiar with this guide. Please feel free to contact her for assistance or a research consultation via e-mail, phone, or to make an in-person appointment.

For real-time chat, use the Meebo Instant Message box to the left of this column or from the homepage of the library website (available all hours that the library is open).

You can also email reference questions when the library is closed. For more information, visit the Ask Us Anything page on the library's website.

Subject Guide

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Beth Seelick
This research guide was created by Professor Beth Seelick (1955-2019).
"A teacher affects eternity; she can never tell where her influence stops." ― Henry B. Adams