University of Connecticut
Homer Babbidge Library
369 Fairfield Way Unit 1005 RI
Storrs, CT 06269-1005 Marisol.Ramos@uconn.edu
Marisol is responsible for selecting books, journals and electronic resources; providing in-depth research assistance and library instruction; and acting as the advocate within the Library for the following:
Departments, Centers and Institutes
- Anthropology Department
- El Instituto: Institute of Latina/o, Caribbean and Latin American Studies
- Spanish Studies at the Literatures, Cultures & Languages Dept.
- Puerto Rican/Latin American Cultural Center (PRLACC)
Curator for Latin American & Caribbean Collection at the Thomas J. Dodd Research Center
Check out my research guides:
- Research Guide for Anthropology and Archeology
- Research Guide for Latin American & Caribbean Studies
- Research Guide for Puerto Rican & Latino Studies
- Research Guide for Spanish
Library Resources Blogs:
- A New World of Resources (for Latin American, Caribbean, Latino Studies and Spanish)
- The Native Librarian (for Anthropology and Archeology)
Please, feel free to contact me with questions or to set an appoitment to help you with your research, but don't wait until the last minute! I am a librarian not a miracle worker.
Library Instruction - request general orientation, course-related instruction, and focused research training. Group and individual training sessions are available by appointment. For group sessions, please contact the liaison at least 2 weeks in advance.
Research Assistance - request help in selecting appropriate resources, performing database searches, or locating relevant materials at other institutions.
Citation Assistance - request help in verifying citations for publications, bibliographies, or Interlibrary Loan orders.
New Materials Requests - suggest titles to be added to the Libraries' collection.
For those curious to know my background, I have a B. A. in Anthropology from Univ. of Puerto Rico, a Master degree in Latin America and Caribbean Studies for SUNY-Albany and a MLIS with an archival concentration from UCLA.