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ANTH 427M/527M, J 427M/527M: Oregon's Latino Roots

A guide to accompany Lynn Stephen and Gabriela Martinez's two-course Latino Roots sequence.


These are some selected resources that will help you to find information about Oregon's Latino heritage. You may also want to use the resources listed in the library's research guides linked in the column to the right. Students are also strongly encouraged to explore the interviews and transcripts gathered by previous participants in the class, which can be found at the UO Libraries' Oregon Latino Heritage website.  If you have further questions, please do not hesitate to contact the UO Libraries' Latin American Studies Librarian.

Highlights of Some Latino Roots Student Documentaries

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Latin American Studies Librarian

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Bronwen Maxson
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Anth/Soc/IRES Librarian

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Materials from UO Libraries' Special Collections

Throughout this guide there are images from the UO Libraries's Special Collections and Archives collection of the Pineros y Campesinos Unidos del Noroeste: PCUN records, 1962-2012.

PCUN poster with text "Stop Sweatshops in the Fields: Support Oregon Farmworkers Boycott Norpac Products"

Check out the SCUA page of the guide to learn more about what is in the UO Libraries Special Collections and how to discover and use primary sources in your research!

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