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Caribbean Studies

The purpose of this guide is to provide general information on how to use certain databases and certain Open Access resources to do research related to the Caribbean.

The Latin Americanist (TLA)

This is the journal of the Southeastern Council of Latin American Studies (SECOLAS).

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Latin American Research Review-LARR

This is the journal of the Latin American Studies Association, which brings together specialists in Latin America in a variety of disciplines.

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New West Indian Guide

Some of the most useful Caribbean Journals:

NWIG is a peer reviewed journal and regularly publishes contributions by authors in Brazil, Canada, Colombia, France, England, Germany, Guyana, the Netherlands, Suriname, the United States, and Venezuela, as well as every part of the insular Caribbean.
The total number of pages of virtually each NWIG volume exceeds 300 pages and is issued in December and July without fail due to a rigorously respected deadline.

It is NOT necessary to register for just viewing the articles published in the journals on this site. However, we encourage readers to sign up for the publishing notification service for each of the journals.

The Journal of Caribbean History is published (two issues each year) by the Departments of History, the University of the West Indies.

Other Journals

A Journal of Slave and Post-Slave Studies

Since its founding in 1944, The Americas (TAm) has been one of the principal English-language journals of Latin American history. It publishes articles on all chronological periods of Latin American, Spanish borderlands, and related Iberian scholarship. The journal includes an extensive book review section and a compilation of news and notes of general interest to Latin Americanists.

Hispanic American Historical Review-HAHR

This journal is nearly 100 years old, and is the leading journal for Latin American History in the US.

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