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Welcome to the Chicano/Latino Studies Subject Guide! Chicano/Latino Studies research at UCI is often based in other departments, such as Political Science; Sociology; Economics; Women's Studies; Education; History, Psychology, Planning, Policy & Design; and Criminology, Law & Society. There are UCI Subject Guides for each of these that provide dozens of resources not listed in this guide.
I welcome your ideas for improving this guide, including recommending specific sources that should be included. Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks!
- Christina Woo, Research Librarian for Chicano/Latino Studies, Women's Studies, Linguistics, and Athletics