Concordia University Ann Arbor's Zimmerman Library has put together a list of eBooks you can read to recognize and celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month!
Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15-October 15)
What is Hispanic Heritage Month?
Take advantage of access to over 150,000 electronic book titles from the Zimmerman Library to learn about Hispanic Heritage Month!
“Our goal at Concordia University Ann Arbor is to establish a long-standing tradition of celebrating National Hispanic Heritage Month in September and October to honor the history, politics, and culture of Hispanic people both locally and globally,” said Shanitra Cheff, director of CUAA’s office of multicultural engagement.
To celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15-October 15), Librarian Liz Hartig worked with Cheff to do a round up of 10 eBooks to read in recognition of Hispanic heritage. There are more events to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month in the works.
Not only do CUAA students have free access to all of these eBooks, some eBooks are also used as textbooks in CUAA’s courses, providing a convenient, cost-saving option. Click here to browse the entire eBook database.
Do you have more questions about the Zimmerman Library, how to find a book, or other library services? Contact Liz!
10 eBooks for Hispanic Heritage Month
Digital Humanities in Latin America By Héctor Fernández L’Hoeste and Juan Carlos Rodríguez
Becoming Hispanic-Serving Institutions: Opportunities for Colleges and Universities By Gina Ann Garcia
Latino/a Children’s and Young Adult Writers on the Art of Storytelling By Frederick Luis Aldama
Latinx Literature Unbound: Undoing Ethnic Expectation By Ralph E. Rodriguez
Healing Memories: Puerto Rican Women’s Literature in the United States By Elizabeth Garcia
Latinx Ciné in the Twenty-First Century By Frederick Luis Aldama
¡Muy Pop! : Conversations on Latino Popular Culture By Frederick L. Aldama, Ilan Stavans, and Mary S. Lawrence
Barrios to Burbs: The Making of the Mexican American Middle Class By Jody Vallejo
The Borderlands of Race: Mexican Segregation in a South Texas Town By Jennifer R. Nájera
A Translational Turn: Latinx Literature into the Mainstream By Marta E. Sanchez
Click here to browse all of the eBooks in CUAA’s database.
More Round-ups from the Zimmerman Library
- 10 eBooks on the topic of racial injustice
- 10 eBooks for summer reading
- 10 eBooks for time and stress management
Looking for something?
If Concordia students, faculty, or staff want a resource that the Zimmerman Library doesn’t currently own, physical items can be shipped from libraries across the United States for CUAA patrons to use. Electronic articles can also be emailed from libraries across the country. Inter-library loan requests can be made here.
New purchase requests for adding to the library collection can also be made on the Ask A Librarian form.
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