Roger Thayer Stone Center For Latin American Studies

Tulane University

Lending Library

The last day to request items from Lending Library during the 2018-2019 academic year is June 20, 2019. Please request items at least two weeks in advance to ensure timely delivery of requested items.

The Latin American Resource Center’s Lending Library maintains the most comprehensive lending collection of educational materials about Latin American topics available for classroom use. The library holds over 4,000 films, culture kits, curriculum units, games, and miscellaneous print items. New items are added on a regular basis thanks to the generous support of the University of Florida’s Center for Latin American Studies.

Due to technical issues, we ask that once you have requested items that you email crcrts@tulane.edu to confirm that your request was processed. We apologize for the inconvenience.

Start Requesting Items Now:
  • Review the appropriate Borrowing Policies
  • Search for items in the lending library catalog DO NOT CHECK ANYMEDIA TYPEBOXES. This limits the items which appear in the search.
  • Start adding items to your request list, “view” request list and submit the form as directed. You must agree to the borrowing policies in order to submit the form.
  • Once your request is submitted, you will see a message that says “Your request has been submitted.” Also, a copy of your request will be sent to your email address for your own records.

Please review and respect our borrowing policies. We will ONLY contact you if we do NOT have the item available. We will only be able to fill requests with proper advance notice . Please contact us if you have any questions 504.862.3143 or crcrts@tulane.edu.

DOWNLOAD LENDING LIBRARY CATALOG
LIST OF CLASP AMERICAS AWARD WINNERS AND HONOR MENTIONS AVAILABLE THROUGH THE LENDING LIBRARY

To search the Lending Library, enter any combination of keywords, media type, language

Call Number Abbreviations

The Latin American Resource Center uses a call number system developed specifically for this collection. Each call number includes a topic or subject, the country or origin of the material, an item number, the medium (video, slide, unit, kit, map, game, CD/cass, or book), and a copy number. Below are the call number abbreviations.

Subject/Topic

Country/Region/Language

A = Art History

AC = Art, Colonial

AFLA = African Influences in Latin America

AM = Art, Modern

AP = Art, Precolumbian Anthropology, Archaeology (general)

AZ = Aztec

C = Curriculum Packets

DEV = Economic Development

DF = Dance and Festivals

E = Education (general)

EB = Education, Bilingual

EC = Education, Cross-cultural

EI = Education, International

FA = Folk Arts

FD = Food and Drink

FF = Feature Film

GE = Geography and Environment

H = History (15-19th centuries)

HC = History & Politics, Contemporary

HISP = Hispanics in the United States

I = Introductory Materials

INC = Incas

IND = Contemporary Indigenous Peoples

LAN = Language

LC = Literature, Colonial

LG = Literature, General

LM = Literature, Modern

LN = Literature, 19th Century

LP = Literature, Precolumbian

M = Markets

MU = Music

MY = Maya

R = Religion

SI = Social Issues and Human Rights

AND = Andean region

ARG = Argentina

BAR = Barbados

BEL = Belize

BOL = Bolivia

BRA = Brazil

CA = Central America

CARIB = Caribbean

CHI = Chile

COL = Colombia

COS = Costa Rica

CUB = Cuba

DOM = Dominican Republic

ECU = Ecuador

ELS = El Salvador

GRE = Grenada

GUA = Guatemala

HAI = Haiti

HON = Honduras

JAM = Jamaica

LA = Latin America

MES = Mesoamerica

MEX = Mexico

NA = North America

NIC = Nicaragua

PAN = Panama

PAR = Paraguay

PER = Peru

POR = Portuguese

PUE = Puerto Rico

SA = South America

SPA = Spain, Spanish

TNT =Trinidad and Tobago

US = United States

VEN = Venezuela

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Read Across the Americas Summer Program at the Children's Resource Center

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Join us every first and third Saturday at 10:30 am for a bilingual storytime for kids ages 2 – 10. The program is part of an initiative between Tulane University’s Stone Center for Latin American Studies and the New Orleans Public Library called the Pebbles Center.

DATES AND TIMES

Saturday, June 1
10:30 AM

Saturday, June 15
10:30 AM

Saturday, July 6
10:30 AM

Saturday, July 20
10:30 AM

Read Across the Americas Summer Program at the Algiers Regional Branch

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Join us every Wednesday at 10:30 am for a bilingual storytime for kids ages 2 – 10. The program is part of an initiative between Tulane University’s Stone Center for Latin American Studies and the New Orleans Public Library called the Pebbles Center. This summer we will explore the environment and diverse geography of Latin America. Bring your favorite jungle animal and be prepared to learn some Spanish as we embark on an adventure through the Americas. This program provides a reading list of recommended titles for all ages to explore Latin America on your own this summer. If you read all books, you will be eligible for a special award offered during Hispanic Heritage month at the annual Celebración Latina held at the Audubon Zoo.

DATES AND TIMES

Wednesday, June 5
10:30 AM

Wednesday, June 12
10:30 AM

Wednesday, June 19
10:30 AM

Wednesday, June 26
10:30 AM

Wednesday, July 3
10:30 AM

Wednesday, July 10
10:30 AM

Wednesday, July 17
10:30 AM

Wednesday, July 24
10:30 AM

Wednesday, July 31
10:30 AM

K-12 Educator S.T.E.A.M Workshop: Teaching Central America at the Zoo

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Tulane University’s Stone Center for Latin American Studies in collaboration with the Audubon Nature Institute will be hosting a K-12 educator workshop on Saturday, October 5, 2019. This workshop will focus on conservation efforts and environment of Central American rainforests. This workshop is a great way to learn how to bring real world science into your classroom. Activities will incorporate a variety of sciences and other subjects including: art, environmental science, cultural components, anthropology, computer science and technology. While it is geared for middle and high school teachers, this workshop is open to all educators formal and informal.

Additional details coming soon.