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  • From: Rhianna Christine Rogers <rroger25@fau.edu>
    Date: Tue, 02 Dec 2008 11:39:35 -0500 (EST)

    Hello everyone,

    Based on some requests, I have compiled a short list of book sellers I have used in the past and combined them with some of the new sellers graciously sent to me by some of you on the list server. Here they are:

    Latin American booksellers

    1. University of Pittsburgh Latin American Archaeology Publications <www.pitt.edu/~laap>
    This site offers Latin American texts, including those from INAH. I spoke with Dr. Robert Drennan and he stated that they have not received new texts from INAH for the past 2 years but they plan to reestablish their relationship with INAH in 2009.

    2. Howard Karno Books <http://www.karnobooks.com/cgi-bin/karno/index.html>
    Dr. Jeffery Lucas stated that Karno Books carries a variety of publishers of Latin American books, including INAH publications.

    3. Latin American Bookstore, Ltd. in Ithaca <http://www.latinamericanbooks.com/>
    Dr. Leslie Offutt stated that Karno Books carries a variety of publishers of Latin American books, including INAH publications.

    4. Lief Adleson <liefbfm@laneta.apc.org>
    Jon Womack stated that an independent buyer, Lief Adleson, carries a variety of publishers of Latin American books.

    5. ABE Books <ABE.com>
    Peter Martin stated that this site carries many books. I can attest to this since I purchased a book from this site that I was having extreme difficulties finding.

    6. PUVILL Libros <http://www.puvill.com/>
    Dr. Victor M. Macias-Gonzalez recommended this site.

    7. Libros Latinos <http://www.libroslatinos.com/cgi-bin/libros/index.html>
    Dr. Victor M. Macias-Gonzalez recommended this site.

    8. Books from Mexico
    You will need to contact the sales manager via email at <booksfrommexico@gmail.com> or a direct seller (I know of only one Pedro Figueroa: <pedro.figueroa@booksfrommexico.com> .) NOTE: They are a very cheap seller but they do not have a secure site to complete transactions online.

    9. Libros Latinos at antiqbook.com <www.antiqbook.com/boox/libros/index.shtml>
    This site has a section dedicated to Latin American books.

    10. Antiquarian Booksellers’ Association of America < http://www.abaa.org/books/abaa/bookseller/1418>
    This site has a section dedicated to Latin American books and works somewhat like Amazon.com.

    11. SBD, Spanish Book Distributor, Inc.
    <http://hot.sbdbooks.com/2008/05/celebre-el-mes-del-libro-latino-con-un.html>
    This site sells a variety of books, both academic and mainstream selections.

    12. Libros de Clásicos griegos y latinos <http://www.buscalibros.cl/libros.php?c=364>
    This site offers a number of Latin books.

    I hope this information helps.

    Regards,

    Rhianna C. Rogers, PhD(ABD), RPA
    Florida Atlantic University

     

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