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HIS 127 - Desert Vista - History and Culture of the Mexican-Americans in the Southwest: Get Started

Get Started with Reference Resources

 

Begin your research by seeking some general background information about your topic using reference resources.  Some reference resource will be available in print at the library.  Other reference resources are available electronically.  

This guide will help you find both scholarly and popular sources within the Pima databases, and explain the differences between the two type of sources.  

 

                                                                                                                                           

Border Wall Art (PCC Art Students)

General Reference Resources

Begin your research by seeking some general background information about your topic using reference resources.

Mexican-American Culture

Santa Barraza, Artist of the Borderlands

She's is a contemporary Tejana artist who teaches at Texas A&M-Kingsville and formerly taught at the Art Institute of Chicago. This book is available in the Pima libraries at two campuses

The Borderlands Encyclopedia (Ebook)