Latin American Studies: Online Research Resources During a Pandemic

Liladhar R. Pendse 

Title Conditional:

Latin American Studies:
Online Research Resources During a Pandemic

Friday, May 15, 2020
Time: 3:00 pm (Pacific Time) | CLAS Virtual Event

 Dr. Pendse's presentation (pdf) · More on UC Berkeley Library Online Resources

The novel coronavirus presents a challenge for research. The UC Berkeley librarian for the Latin American and the Caribbean collection, Liladhar R. Pendse, will present a select number of online sources for research on the Americas. The presentation will include freely available and proprietary full-text articles and book databases in humanities and social sciences, as well as films and media streaming resources. There will be time for Q&A after the presentations.  

Liladhar R. Pendse is the librarian for the Caribbean and Latin American Studies collections at UC Berkeley, where he selects and acquires resources about the region and its diaspora. Dr. Pendse has a Ph.D. in Library and Information Studies from UCLA. 

The Heyns Reading Room in the UC Berkeley library. (Photo by Brokensphere.)The Heyns Reading Room in the UC Berkeley library. (Photo by Brokensphere.)