BLOG: Conducting Digital and Ethnographic/Participatory Action Research during COVID by Yovanna Pineda

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As the pandemic rages on, I am happy to publish another contribution on Research Corner that considers how best to maintain an active research agenda. Do you have any further advice? Or would you like to contribute posts about specific physical or digital collections of Latin American materials that we have not featured yet? Do you have any other ideas for Latin American research-centered posts? I’m looking to receive new drafts by December or January.

Screenshot of the instructions for obtaining a credencial de investigador/a, Argentina’s Biblioteca Nacional Mariano Moreno

Screenshot of the instructions for obtaining a Credencial de investigador/a. Argentina’s Biblioteca Nacional Mariano Moreno. Accessed October 2021.

BLOG: History in the Hospital (Part I): Exploring Brazil’s BibSMC Archive by Cari Maes

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I am pleased to begin a two-part series on maternal and infant health in Brazil. Cari Maes is an assistant professor of History at Oregon State University. She earned her Ph.D. in modern Latin American history at Emory University. Her research focuses on the rollout of Brazil’s first national maternal and infant health system during the era of Getúlio Vargas.

BLOG: Formas de conocer la Biblioteca Digital de Bogotá por Daniela Scarleth Camacho Bernal y Juan Pablo Angarita Bernal

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El día de hoy tengo el gusto de presentar un post sobre la Biblioteca Digital de Bogotá. Si le gustaría contribuir a este blog también, favor de llenar este Google Form.

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