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Use this catalog to locate materials at other libraries. Materials not owned by Emory may be requested through interlibrary loan.
The Center for Research Libraries houses over 4 million volumes of research materials that are rarely held in North American libraries. Because the Emory University Libraries have membership with the CRL, materials are available to Emory users via interlibrary loan.
Library Search is Emory's main search tool to find books, journals, videos, government documents, microfilm collections and other materials.
Library Search User Guide The user guide provides hints for searching the Emory Libraries Catalog.
Look at the subject headings attached to the results of this search and Browse on them.
"Hispanic" and "Latino" are frequently used in literature describing native Spanish-speaking populations in the United States. "LatinX" is a fairly recent term you will find some materials under this heading. Here are examples of Library of Congress subject headings that indicate differences in those groups:
These subject headings generally refer to U.S. citizens descended from particular regions or countries.
Use the following Library of Congress subject headings to indicate more recently arrived Latin American citizens who are living and working in the United States:
Here are some other subject headings that may be useful: