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Brazilian Studies

Resources on Brazil to support the research and teaching for the Program on Brazil

Tips for finding resources for Brazil

This guide is to help you get started in your research on Brazilian Studies topics. What kind of information should you expect to find?

If you need research articles from peer-reviewed journals- see the Articles tab

If you are looking for newspaper articles- see the Articles tab

If you are looking for dictionaries- see the Portuguese Language tab

If you want to watch a feature film from Brazil- see the Films and Music tab

If you are looking for Samba music recordings-  see the Films and Music tab

If you want to know how to format a citation for a chapter in an edited book in MLA style- see the Citing Your Sources Tab

If you want individual help with your research- use the tab to the left to email the subject librarian

Accessing library materials from off-campus during COVID-19

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Online collections, including ebooks, online journals and magazines, and streaming media continue to be available to students, staff, and faculty. Use your SDSUid to access.

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For other new online resources available during this time see: https://libguides.sdsu.edu/az.php?t=40945 

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