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National Hispanic Heritage Month: Academy of Art University Library Resources

A quick introduction to resources at the Academy of Art Library related to Hispanic Heritage and Hispanic Art and Artists.

Welcome

Each year, Americans observe National Hispanic Heritage Month from September 15 to October 15, by celebrating the histories, cultures and contributions of American citizens whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean and Central and South America.The Academy of Art Library has curated this page of online library resources related to Hispanic artists, art movements, and history. We've included e-books, digital magazine articles, database entries, and more. If you have any questions, or need help finding additional resources, feel free to reach out to Debra Sampson, Library Director, for assistance.

If you are prompted to login to these resources, use your First and Last Name with a space in between, and your student ID number.

ProQuest Ebook Central e-books

Here are some e-books related to "Latino American Art." These are just a few examples of what is available. You can find a link to Ebook Central on the library's Online Resources page.

LUNA Digital Images - A few Hispanic American Artists

Honky Tonk by Luis Jimenez

Honky Tonk by Luis Jimenez

Boy and a Dog in a Johnnypump by Jean-Michel Basquiat

Boy and a Dog in a Johnnypump by Jean-Michel Basquiat

Silueta by Ana Mendieta

Silueta by Ana Mendieta

Somas La Luz by Charles

Somas La Luz by Charles "Chaz" Bojorquez

Online Databases

Try searching the Library's digital resources using keywords such as "Chicano Movement" "Hispanic Americans" "Hispanic Art" or "Latino/a/x Art" A few databases to try are listed below.

Mintel

Curious about Hispanics' Culture and Community and how brands are working to reach Hispanic consumers?

From the Mintel report Hispanics' Culture and Community U.S. March 2020:

"As Hispanics are proud of their heritage, and they see Hispanic culture influencing their groups and communities, brands may benefit from not looking at Hispanics separately from the mainstream. Hispanics can feel validated if they see the mixed culture they see in their groups also reflected in the content they are exposed to."

Graphic from Mintel regarding Hispanic's preferences regarding sharing about their Latino roots.

Digital Magazines

You can find Digital Magazines via the Flipster Magazine and Exact Editions Magazines links on the Library's Online Resources webpage.

Oxford Art