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This guide was created in 2022-2023 by Diana King and Arts Library Research Assistant Diana Cardenas. The guide explores resources on Latinx and Chicanx film, television, and associated media.
A good place to begin research is with reference material such as the Oxford Encyclopedia of Latinos and Latinas in the United States and the entry for Media.
Below are associated guides that can help with your research journey:
Chicana and Chicano Studies in Library Special Collections
Chicano Studies Research Center Library
The research guide curators acknowledge that terminology and naming of ethnic and racial categories is complex, imperfect, often contentious, and contextual. See below for some resources and examination of terms.
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