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National Hispanic Heritage Month Print Page

Celebrar! September 15 - October 15


Recommended Books

Reference books can be found in the library on the short shelves on the 3rd floor. Additional books are available in the regular circulating collection.

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Latino America: A State by State Encyclopedia - Mark Overmyer-Velazquez, editor
Call Number: Reference E184.S75 L35555 2008
ISBN: 0313341168

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A History of Pride, A Future of Hope: Mexican Americans' Role in the United States - José E. Limón, Ellyn Sanna, and Autumn Libal
Call Number: eBook
ISBN: 1590849264

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Fighting for Justice: The Story of Latino Civil Rights - José Limón and Miranda Hunter
Call Number: eBook
ISBN: 9781590849347

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Notable Latino Writers - editors of Salem Press
Call Number: PS153.H56 N68 2006
ISBN: 1587652439

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The Norton Anthology of Latino Literature - Ilan Stavans
Call Number: PS508.H57 N65 2011
ISBN: 0393080072


Check It Out -- Hispanic Heritage Month

GCSC Spanish professors promote campus events last year.


Campus-Wide Events

Events will be added as announced.

The events listed may not reflect all campus activities.

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