Duke library collections include many types of research materials about various aspects of the study of Human RIghts. Browse and read books, magazines, encyclopedias, and other printed and audiovisual materials as well as many electronic resources, but our resources also include archival and special collections such as the Human RIghts Archive in Rubenstein Library that are not available online or in electronic format.
Many collection materials are presented in one form or another in the Library Catalog (see the box to the left) but some online collections and some special collections are not easy to identify. Consult a librarian using the Ask A Librarian button above or identify the appropriate subject librarian (see list) or contact Carson for assistance.
Duke's Human Rights Archivist has prepared a page on Latin American Human Rights: http://guides.library.duke.edu/content.php?pid=50299&sid=369528
Some examples of good subject headings to explore:
Take a virtual tour (>5 min) of Duke University's Perkins Library.