Princeton University Library, among the top research libraries in the country, features exceptional collections of research materials from and about Latin America and the Caribbean. The collections consist of an extensive array of circulating books, periodicals, and films, numerous digital resources, and outstanding Special Collections holdings of rare and unique works, manuscripts, printed ephemera, and maps. Globally distinguished subsets of the collections include the archives of dozens of major Latin American writers and intellectuals and the vast holdings of ephemeral materials documenting social and political developments from the 1970s to the present.
Latin American Collections blog
Periodically updated website created by the Latin American Studies Librarian to share information about new acquisitions, holdings, and resources at Princeton University Library. Readers may subscribe in order to receive notifications of new posts by email.
Latin America, Spain and Portugal: Guide to Library Resources at Princeton
Guide designed to highlight some of the most important resources for the study of Latin America, Portugal and Spain at Princeton, as well as to identify major national and international resources.
Digital Archive of Latin American and Caribbean Ephemera
Steadily growing repository containing thousands of digitized pieces from Princeton’s Latin American Ephemera Collection.
Archives of Latin American Writers and Intellectuals in Special Collections
Listing of all the Latin American literary archives at Princeton with links to corresponding finding aids.
Each year, the Friends of the Princeton University Library offer short-term grants to promote scholarly use of the Library's Special Collections. Grants are meant to help defray expenses incurred in traveling to and residing in Princeton during the tenure of the grant.