Introducing Researching Brazil/ Pesquisa no Brasil Web Site
ANNOUNCING A NEW INTERNET RESOURCE ON BRAZILIAN STUDIES:
"Researching Brazil/Pesquisa no Brasil Web Site"
Developed by LUIS A. GONZALEZ
Mellon Post-Doctoral Fellow
Latin American Research Librarianship
The site contains:
a UNIQUE searchable database of 800+ citations of articles from over 70 Brazilian journals. The database has a historiographic and bibliographic focus, and represents an effort to include publications from places/institutions outside the Sao Paulo-Rio axis
links to Brazilian research centers, online bibliographies, quantitative data sets, and full-text sources on a variety of topics,
plus selected links to web sites on topics such as oral history and "Gramsci e o Brasil."
The site is oriented toward Brazil specialists and non-specialists alike, and is of particular interest to HISTORIANS, researchers in SOCIAL SCIENCES and those who work with a CULTURAL STUDIES focus.
Luis A. Gonzalez, Ph.D.
Durham, NC 27708
Phone: (919) 660-5803
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