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Project : to Meet the University Mission The University of Arizona has as its goal to become the Hispanic university for Arizona. The library strives, through collections of secondary and primary resources, to support the university mission, our Hispanic community, research, and teaching.

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project to meet the university mission
Project:to Meet the University Mission
  • The University of Arizona has as its goal to become the Hispanic university for Arizona. The library strives, through collections of secondary and primary resources, to support the university mission, our Hispanic community, research, and teaching.
process
Process

Our Fine Arts and Architecture project focuses on Mexico, in fine arts books, e-resources & publications; this involves:

assessing the present collection

working with the archivist of the Borderland Special Collections to collect primary resources

making a list of connections in Mexico for books and primary resources

building a collection development policy to cover the arts and architecture

working with faculty teaching courses and doing research on Mexico that use our secondary and primary resources.

learning how to interact with mexico
Learning How to Interact with Mexico
  • Creating a Metadata file

with links to:

Centro de la Imagen

the Photography School & Gallery which publishes LUNA CORNEA

          • Here: The Mexican Novelist Elena Poniatowska

Or go to the Guadalajara Book Fair,

taking place next

November 25th –December 3rd

and meet ELENA PONIATOWSKA

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EDWARD WESTON’S Protégé, model, eventually a famous photographer herself, TINA MODOTTI, a cult figure as famous

in Mexico as Kahlo, see also:

Weston, Edward, 1886-1958. CCP Library (rare book room) TR653 .W45697 1999  (consultation only) or peruse:

Elena Poniatowska’s book TINISIMA Special Collections & Main Library

PQ7297.P63 T5613 1996

We have 75 books by/about Poniatowska

in our collection, We have 58 on/about Tina Modotti

Tina ModottiPhotographer: Edward Weston, 1924

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El Niño : children of the streets, Mexico City

photographs by Kent Klich ; text by Elena Poniatowska

= El Niño : niños de la calle, Ciudad de México

HV887.M62 M495 1999 in MAIN

learning to how to identify our own university s researchers
Learning to How to Identify Our Own University’s Researchers
  • from: Latin American Studies
  • Fine Arts: painting, ceramics, sculpture & photography
  • Art History, Mexican American Studies, Humanities
  • History, Architecture, Special Collections
  • Mexican American Studies
  • Center for Creative Photography, Our Museums
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Kevin Gosner’s

Personal photos

From Mexico

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http://www.esteticas.unam

.mx/index.htmlUNAM,

Instituto de Investigaciones

Esteticas

Biblioteca Nacional within the

UNAM

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http://www.artejoven.com/

Arte Joven (online gallery

of young contemporary

Mexican artists)

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CCP Library

TR654 .Y353 1998

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Francisco Toledo, considered by many the best living Mexican artist, lives in Juitchitan, Oaxaca. We have almost everything collectable about him, but will continue looking for MORE, MORE, MORE!!!!!!!

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Mujer pescado, by

FranciscoToledo(WOMAN FISH)

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Arquitectos Mexicanos Editores

http://www.ameditores.com/index.

html

This is an online source to a publisher

dealing with the best Mexican

magazines related to architecture,

Interiors, & Design

Interiores mexicanos

: estilo y personalidad

(style and personality)

NK2014.A1 I58 2000

MAIN

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nfo@karnobooks.com

Special Collections

N6550 .H49 1986

Volumes 1-10

LIB USE ONLY

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http://www.cuartoscuro.com/

A Photographic agency and Publisher of the magazine by the same name,

also an archival resource for Mexican photojournalism

future venues for our own participation
Future Venues for our own Participation
  • The International Book Fair in Guadalajara November 25th-December 3rd
  • This annual fair in Mexico is connected to the London Book Fair, which concentrated on Mexican Publishers this year
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Coming Soon!

SALALM 52

The 52nd Seminar on the Acquisition of Latin American Library Materials

Albuquerque, NM

April 26 - May 2, 2007

<http://elibrary.unm.edu/ibero/index.php>