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Latin America & the Caribbean
South of the United States, Latin America and the Caribbean,
stretching from Mexico in the north to Argentina and
Chile in
the south, also includes the rest of South
America (the world’s fourth largest continent), Central
America,
and the islands of the Caribbean.See more maps of Latin America & the Caribbean
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Center for Latin
American and Caribbean Studies at
Michigan State University –
The Center for Latin American and
Caribbean Studies was founded as
the Latin American Studies Center in
1963 with the primary objective
of expanding and improving undergraduate
and graduate programs both
on campus and abroad. Center for Latin
American and Caribbean Studies
is a Title VI federally-funded research
center.
This is a Michigan State University
resource.
Caribbean Tourism
Organization – The Caribbean Tourism
Organization
(CTO) presents information on every
potential destination in the Caribbean
in this website, with detailed data on
each country relating to issues of
travel, lodging, and culture. The
organization offers information both in an
online format and in the form of free
publications that can be ordered from
the site.
LASER – “a web site for
middle and high school teachers and students who are learning about
Latin America in social sciences and humanities classes. This site can
be used to learn more about Latin America and the Caribbean countries, to
obtain information to incorporate into their lessons about Latin America,
to view actual sample lesson plans, materials, and ideas for teaching about
Latin America and the Caribbean, and to access annotated and categorized resource
lists that will help them take advantage of a vast universe of other resources
about Latin America.”
This is a Michigan State University resource.
Latin American Network
Information Center – The Latin
American
Network Information Center (LANIC) at
the University of Texas hosts a
collection of academic resources on the
region. The site’s goal is “to
facilitate access to Internet-based
information on, from, or about Latin
America. Our target audience includes
people living in Latin America, as
well as those around the world who have
an interest in this
region.”
Internet Resources
for Latin America – Includes
extensive directories of news sources,
public domain and subscription databases
as well as a list of newsgroups and
listservs. Prepared by the University of
New Mexico.
latinworld – latinworld
is a leading search engine for
information on Latin America and the
Caribbean on the web. Browse the web’s
resources by category or keyword