"Lágrimas Negras," [Black Tears] by Ibrahim Miranda.

CELAC Publications

To order any CELAC-sponsored publications send payment or purchase order to: CELAC, SS-257, University at Albany, SUNY, Albany, NY 12222

The Latino(a) Research Review (LRR)

This interdisciplinary journal is published twice a year (one double issue, one single issue) and includes scholarly articles, research notes, review essays, and book reviews on publications, projects, materials, and other issues of interest toscholars and educators in the areas of U.S. Latino and Latin American Studies. Subscription Rates: Individual/USA$20; $25 Individual/ International; $35 Institutional.

Single issue: $3.50
Double issue: $7.00

"Adiós, Borinquen querida": The Puerto Rican Diaspora, Its History and Contributions

The book is a publication sponsored by the Comisión San Juan 2000 and the Center for Latino, Latin American, and Caribbean Studies (CELAC) at the University at Albany. The various essays included in the book provide an overview of the sociohistoric, cultural, and political development of Puerto Rican migrant communities, particularly in the United States, but also in other countries such as Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Mexico, and St. Croix. The book is available for $20 a copy plus $3 shipping from CELAC in both English and Spanish versions. There is a 40% discount for 5 copies or more and for bookstores.


La guagua aérea: A Symposium on Migration Between Puerto Rico and the United States

Proceedings of a 1994 Symposium sponsored by the Universidad del Sagrado Corazón in Puerto Rico and the University at Albany, SUNY. Out of print.


Incorporating Latin American and Caribbean Women into the Curriculum and Research

Edited by Edna Acosta-Belén and Christine E. Bose. Published in collaboration with the Latin American Studies Association (LASA) and the University at Albany's Institute for Reseach on Women (IROW). Out of print.


Albany PR-WOMENET Database: An Interdisciplinary Annotated Bibliography on Puerto Rican Women

A joint project of CELAC and the Institute for Research on Women (IROW), this bibliography is based on information in our database, which collects information and abstracts of available research on Puerto Rican women. This publication was edited by Edna Acosta-Belén, Christine E. Bose, and Anne Roschelle. Out of print.


An Interdisciplinary Guide for Research and Curriculum on Puerto Rican Women

Edited by Edna Acosta-Belén, Christine E. Bose, and Barbara R. Sjostrom. Out of print.


Higher Education and the New World Islands

Edited by Margarita Benítez and Colbert Nepaulsingh, 1996. Out of print.


Political Anthropology of Ecuador

Edited by J. Erenreich, 1985. Published in collaboration with the Society for Latin American Anthropology (SLAA). Out of print.


Directions in the Anthropological Study of Latin America: A Reassessment

Edited by Jack R. Rollwargen, 1986. Published in collaboration with the Society for Latin American Anthropology (SLAA). Out of print.

The World Within Reach

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