Because Latina/o Studies is interdisciplinary, there is no one call number range that covers all materials pertaining to the field. If you're interested in a broad topic in Latina/o Studies, or would like to browse for inspiration, try one of these Library of Congress call letters:
Locations of print books:
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Collins Library, like most academic libraries in the United States, uses Library of Congress Subject Headings to describe the content of books. In many ways, subject headings are a form of tagging, in that they represent the content of the material and provide ways for you to efficiently locate more materials that are conceptually related.
The following Library of Congress Subject Headings are used when cataloging books that touch on aspects of Latina/o Studies:
Hispanic Americans -- [subheadings]
Mexican Americans -- [subheadings]
[Subject] -- Hispanic American -- [subheadings]
[Ethnic identity or country of origin] -- United States