Hispanic Heritage Month SOMOS FAMILIA
Wednesday, September 30, 2020
Start Time: 6:30pm-8:00pm
IED calendar page (MC event)
This page: guides.library.unt.edu/mc/hhm
(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
UNT DIvision website has a Hispanic/Latinx page on the IED website
Hispanic Heritage Month - Oct 15. October calendar of affiliated events
Image of October calendar of events affiliated with the Multicultural Center at UNT
Hispanic Heritage Month - Boca 31 Cooking Class
Tuesday, September 22, 2020
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
9/23 Fem Flicks MC Tweet
Sept 24 at 7:00pm | Zoom (Sponsors LHSU and MC)
Share the MC's Tweet on this even on Latinx and Mental Health
The following Portal to Texas History collections were suggested by Jake Magnum, Project Development Librarian:
Direct Link to resource with proxy or open source link:
Spanish-language materials (example provided by Sarah Lynn Fisher:
Examples documented in the UNT Libraries collection |Goverment resources aredo not typically require a login
Joyner, B. D., & United States. (2009). Hispanic reflections on the American landscape: Identifying and interpreting Hispanic heritage.Link to PDF Government Agency: United States National Park Service, issuing body
Subject Heading: United States -- Civilization -- Hispanic influences
Hispanic Heritage Month - sample resources at UNT Libraries.
Popular Culture/Mass Media/Stereotypes.
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
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: