National Hispanic Heritage Month celebrates and recognizes the contributions Hispanic Americans have made to American society and culture and to honor five of our Central American neighbors who celebrate their independence in September. (Library of Congress HHM page) See also HispanicMonth.net
Welcome! Explore our library resources recognizing Hispanic and Latinx communities and contributions during this celebratory month, Sept 15-Oct 15, (and after). Items may be added based on feedback from Student Organizations, The MC or other members of the UNT community. This guide features examples.
Sept 15-Oct 15 is "National Hispanic Heritage Month" in the United States.
UNT Libraries subjects to browse (examples): NOTE on Subject heading from Library of Congress: Latino or Latina Americans is often categorized as Hispanic Americans Below are existing examples only, not a comprehensive list of all Hispanic or Latinx Identities.
Join MUEVE for a movie night at 5:00 pm on October 11th in the UNT Language Building, room 209. Feel free to stop by and enjoy an inspirational documentary about Doris Muñoz who began a career in music talent management!
Tuesday, October 11, 2022, at 5:00 pm | Language Building Room 209
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IDEA Speaker Series Premiers:
The inaugural IDEA Speaker Series kicks off on Sept. 22, as the Division of Inclusion, Diversity, Equity and Access welcomes John Quiñones to campus. The Emmy Award-winning ABC News veteran — and creator and host of What Would You Do? — grew up in a family of migrant workers and became ABC's first Latino correspondent in 1982. His presentation, followed by a Q&A, will begin at 6 p.m. in the Lyceum at the University Union. No tickets are required and everyone is welcome to attend.
Join the University Program Council (UPC) and the Multicultural Center as we kick off Hispanic Heritage Month with Carnaval. Enjoy free paletas, dancing, and live music from Havana NRG! Carnaval on UNT calendar page Sponsored by the Multicultural Center and UPC.
Monday, September 19, 2022 11:30am to 1pm | Library Mall
To locate specific items or find out what items might be at Sycamore Library please visit their library help desk Sycamore Hall!. Government resources typically do not require a login. *Sycamore Library was called Eagle Commons Library until August 2021.
Subject Heading: United States -- Civilization -- Hispanic influences
The media library collection films, games and more! For assistance locating materials, including physical DVDs and games, you can visit the help desk, email firstname.lastname@example.org or search the Library Catalog.
These are Online/Streaming films available at UNT Libraries. Log in with your EUID
To locate specific artists or genres, please visit the experts at the Music Library (4th floor, Willis Library building)
Subject headings to browse for artists (examples only):
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
Examples of resources:
The following Portal to Texas History collections:
Direct Link to resource with proxy or open source link:
The Mexican Revolution on the Border: Primary Sources from El Paso
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