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Explores almanacs as well as independence festivals, children's games, and itinerant puppet theaters in 19th century Mexico.
Presentación: Calendario de las señoritas mexicanas
Panel discussion about several editions of the Calendario de las señoritas mexicanas held at the Feria Internacional del Libro de Guadalajara in 2014. Add captions (under CC) or change playback speed (under settings).
Find scholarly articles, books, and book chapters on world literatures and related fields. Use the "Find it! @Wellesley" link to get the full text. If we don't have it, you can request it through Interlibrary Loan.
Material in the collection spans across the globe and over five centuries, from the explorations of Columbus and other Europeans, through to de-colonisation in the second half of the 20th century and debates over American Imperialism.
Broad range of materials exploring the history of fifteen major commodities, including cotton, fur, and silver and gold. You can filter by commodity, date, and region to explore documents relevant to themes of this course.
Digitized images of art, architecture, and other forms of visual culture from around the world, from museums, archaeology, photo archives, slide collections, and art reference works, dating from B.C.E. to present. (Requires creation of an Artstor account to download images.)
"Presents the artistic achievements of Latin America, from Columbus’s first encounter with the people of the Caribbean through the region’s independence movements and the subsequent formation of nation states."
Use the "Search by Field" tab to search the collections by object type (huipil, rebozo), geographic names (Bolivia, Oaxaca), or culture (Zapotec, Mixtec). Check the box to limit to results with images.