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GEOG 259: Geography of Latin America  

Last Updated: Sep 9, 2013 URL: Print Guide Email Alerts

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What is in this guide?

This guide provides resources tailored to assist you with coursework in Geography 259. There are three sections:

  • Films - Watch films on the history and geography of Latin America, focusing on course themes.
  • Maps and Visualization - Create maps and visualizations. Use these to stimulate questions and demonstrate patterns.
  • Research Tools - Find additional resources and library search engines pertinent to the study of Latin America.

The librarians are here to assist you, contact information is provided.


What comes to mind when you think of Latin America?

Photo credits:
Johnathan Nightingale (Pyramid in Chacchoben), Charles H. Smith (Golden Toad), NASA (Amazon River), Paulino Moran (downtown Caracas), and Sam Fentress (Cobs of Corn), and Thom Quine (Traditional Weaving Techniques, Machu Picchu, and Llama at Machu Picchu)

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