The Latin American Studies collection consists of over 12,500 volumes, receives 25 journals as well as research, discussion and working papers from universities worldwide.
CLAS MPhil dissertations are kept in the CLAS Librarian’s office and are available for consultation only. Likewise, CLAS Working Papers Series 1 (1-42).
CLAS Working Papers Series 2(1) 2013 Juan Carlos Boué is available here.
Any member of the University can visit and use the library. Books may be borrowed by holders of university cards.
The new University catalogue system, known as Newton, allows you to renew and reserve books via the online catalogue. Loans may be renewed (provided that the book has not been requested by another reader).
The catalogue of the combined CLAS Latin American film collection (containing over 600 films) can be accessed from the domains of many academic institutions. If you are unable to access it and would like your institution to be given access, please contact us.
The Cohen Collection, housed in the Old Library at Queens’ College, Cambridge, has books, pamphlets and other material from 1950s Spain and Argentina, 1960s and 1970s Mexico and Cuba as well as pre-Columbian and Nahuatl literature.
The CLAS collection is housed in the Seeley Historical Library, Faculty of History, Sidgwick Site, West Road, Cambridge, CB3 9EF and is located in the first six bookstacks on the right handside of the mezzanine.
Full term – Monday to Friday: 9am – 7.15pm & Saturday: 9am – 6pm
Vacation – Monday to Friday: 9am – 5pm & Saturday: Closed
|CLAS Librarian:||Julie Coimbra|