A Bibliography of Latin American and Caribbean Bibliographies, 1985-1989: Social Sciences and Humanities

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Scarecrow Press, 1993 - Literary Collections - 314 pages
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This volume cumulates five yearly issues of the Bibliography of Latin American Bibliographies, published by the Seminar on the Acquisition of Latin American Library Materials (SALALM). Organized by subject areas pertaining to the humanities and social sciences, it lists bibliographies on Latin American and Caribbean topics published during the period as monographs and articles in journals and periodicals.
 

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Contents

GENERAL WORKS
1
AGRICULTURE
22
ANTHROPOLOGY
29
ARCHAEOLOGY
36
ART AND ARCHITECTURE
37
BIBLIOGRAPHIES OF BIBLIOGRAPHIES
40
BIBLIOGRAPHYNATIONAL
42
BIOGRAPHY COLLECTIVE
49
LAW
158
LIBRARIES AND ARCHIVES
160
LIBRARY SCIENCE
174
MANUSCRIPTS AND RARE BOOKS
176
MASS MEDIA
179
MICROFORMS
182
MINORITY GROUPS
183
MUSIC
185

BIOGRAPHY INDIVIDUAL
52
DISSERTATIONS
83
ECONOMICS
88
EDUCATION
100
FOLKLORE
105
GEOGRAPHY CARTOGRAPHY
106
HISTORY
109
INDEXES
125
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
136
LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE
140
PERIODICALS
189
PHILOSOPHY
195
POLITICAL SCIENCE
197
PUBLISHERS
202
RELIGION
203
SOCIAL SCIENCES
207
STATISTICS
229
URBANIZATION
230
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Lionel V. Loro~na (AB, UCLA; MLS, Berkely) held various positions within the Research Libraries of the New York Public Library during a 25-year career before retiring. While at the NYPL he served as selection officer for Latin American materials in the humanities. For ten years he has been Compiler/Editor of SALALM's annual Bibliography of Latin American Bibliographies.