Websites with Primary Sources
For Cuba and Latin America
The campus library subscribes to several databases that can provide good access to primary sources. †For example:
†††††† Latin American Newsstand
††††††††† Newspaper Databases/Index
††††††††† Provides access to back issues of the New York Times, the Dallas Morning News, the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, among others
Online archive of declassified U.S. documents obtained through the Freedom of Information Act. Most issues are from the late 20th century.
Declassified U.S. government documents dealing with Cuba
Links to English-language news sources devoted to Cuban news (some published in Cuba)
An archive of radio transcripts from Radio Habana Cuba broadcasts (English, Spanish, French, Portuguese)
From the Political Database of the Americas
A variety of sources in the study of modern history. Go to the Modern Latin America section.
University of Texas site with links to a variety of sites dealing with issues in Latin American studies.
LANIC page devoted to Cuba-related resources
Site maintained by Professor Steven Volk of Oberlin College. It includes links to libraries and archives, as well as scholarly journals and primary sources.
Site maintained by Professor Richard Slatta of North Carolina State University. It includes a number of links to primary sources organized by topic.
List of useful links to internet sites dealing with Latin America.
Latin America internet sources compiled by New Mexico State University.
Online collection of information on political institutions of Latin American countries.
Online archive of public opinion surveys from various Latin American countries.
A bibliography on Latin America consisting of works selected and annotated by scholars.
Online archive of State Department Country Background Notes.