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MC: Multicultural Center & Resources

This guide promotes the Multicultural Center, related resources and national heritage months

Welcome to the Hispanic Heritage Month guide!

This page:  guides.library.unt.edu/mc/hhm

HHM MC graphic 2020

(c) graphic by Jesse K., UNT Libraries External Relations.  

Explore our library resources recognizing Hispanic and Latinx communities and contributions during this celebratory month (and after). These are examples. Items may be added based on feedback from Student Organizations, The MC or other members of the UNT community!

Browse related subjects at UNT Libraries:             

NOTE on Subject heading from Library of Congress:  Latino or Latina Americans is often categorized as Hispanic Americans
You can search by keyword, title, or start with a subject heading and modify based on theme. Below are existing examples only, not a comprehansive list of all Hispanic or Latinx Identities. Please ask us if you need help navigating the collection

The UNT Multicultural Center Calendar of September Events for Hispanic Heritage Month
Sept MC Hispanic Heritage Month events pic

Twitter: @UNT_MC

Hispanic Heritage Month - Boca 31 Cooking Class
Event Date:
Tuesday, September 22, 2020
Event Location:
ZOOM Registration Required - See Below
Start Time: 7:00pm

Join us for a LIVE cooking class with Chef Andres Meraz, at Boca 31.Boca 31 is a Latin culinary journey designed to excite the mind and tempt the palate.Registration Required:  Zoom ID 990 2877 6219 UNT IED calendar (MC event) link

Boca 31 image HHM

Hispanic Heritage Month SOMOS FAMILIA
Event Date:
Wednesday, September 30, 2020
Event Location:
TBD
Start Time: 6:30pm
IED calendar page (MC event)

LMAS presents "American Exile" (World Premiere)
Date:Saturday, September 17, 2020 - 7:00pm | Event Location: Virtual

To attend, go to the registration page for this event  (opens in new window)

Film pic American Exile

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E-Books (access with EUID & password )

Hispanic Heritage Month - sample resources at UNT Libraries.

Women/Latinx

Popular Culture/Mass Media/Stereotypes.

 

History

Art, Cuban -- African influences  and Electronic books

  • Rodríguez-Mangual, E. M. (2004). Lydia Cabrera and the construction of an Afro-Cuban cultural identity. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.

Online/Streaming Films

These are Online/Streaming films available at UNT Libraries. Log in with your EUID

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DVDs (Media Library)

To locate materials on specific subjects or areas, please search at Media Library
Subject Librarian/expert for Media Arts is Steven Guerrero.

NOTE: During the Fall 2020 semester, the Media Library location in Chilton Hall is closed. A Media Library service desk is located in Willis Library 2nd floor, Room #250C to pick up media materials that have been placed on hold or booked.

CLASSICS/ FILM HISTORY

Interested in classic flm from a social, cultural, historical perspective? Join us, for Reel To Real Classics film group. We will be posting something for Hispanic Heritage Month.

In addition to E-books, journals and streaming films at the library, there are resources in UNT Digital Libraries collections including Portal to Texas History

Example: One of 9 books in the series: Al Filo: Mexican American Studies series available

  • Three Decades of Engendering History (2014) by Antonia Castañeda et al. "The Decolonial Imaginary is a smart, challenging book that disrupts a great deal of what we think we know... it will certainly be read seriously in Chicano/a studies." Women's Review of Books Emma Perez discusses the historical methodology which has created Chicano history and argues that the historical narrative has often omitted gender. She poses a theory which rejects the colonizer s methodological assumptions and examines new tools for uncovering the hidden voices of Chicanas who have been relegated to silence."

Special Collections (Willis 4th floor)

To locate materials on specific subjects or areas of interest please visit the experts in Special Collections (4th floor, Willis Library building) or email SpecialCollections@unt.edu/ (940) 565-2769

Examples of resources:

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