The University Libraries subscribes to or owns a considerable amount of information written in Spanish. In most cases, you can conduct your search in English and limit your results to Spanish language. Specific directions for each of the recommended databases is provided.
Information about finding and including images in your project is also available.
Searches information about authors and their works. Includes biographies, portraits, critical essays, excepts of literary criticism, summaries of works, and full-text journal articles.
HIGHLIGHT: Use this resource to find background information before you begin your research. You will find information about some Latin American writers. Some information may be in Spanish, though the content in this database is primarily in English. To find articles written in Spanish, use the advanced search feature and select Spanish from the drop-down list of languages.
MLA indexes thousands of books and articles published on modern languages, literatures, folklore, and linguistics every year, including works about literature transmitted orally, in print, or in audiovisual media and about human language. Coverage 1926 to present.
HIGHLIGHT: This database, considered to be the most comprehensive literature database, indexes materials written in Spanish but the indexing is in English. Search this database using English, though titles of works will be in Spanish. Additionally, this database will provide links to the full-text resources available in JSTOR, Project Muse, and other full-text resources.
You may also find these databases helpful for your project:
Check out these resources for finding images for your project:
For your project, you may want to use articles because they tend to be shorter and more focused than a book. However, books can be a great source of background information.
To find books written in Spanish, you can use Spanish words or you can search using English words and limit your results to Spanish language.