The Latin American Network Information Center (LANIC) is located at the University of Texas - Austin and is devoted to finding, analyzing and organizing information on publicly available websites from and about Latin America and the Caribbean. LANIC's Hispanic/Latino page is devoted to the following categories: Academic Resources; Arts, Literature & Humanities; Business & Economy; Community; Gender & Sexuality; Humor; Media; Music & Performing Arts; Popular Culture; Public Affairs; Other Indexes.
ABC-Clio Contains books such as Latino Americans and Political Participation: A Reference Handbook (2004) and Racial and Ethnic Diversity in America: A Reference Handbook (2003) .
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Articles on Latino Studies:
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