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Spanish Language, Literature, and Culture   Tags: britannica, credo reference, culture, databases, ebooks, literature, mla, spanish  

Resources for those studying Spanish language and culture at Bismarck State College Library
Last Updated: Aug 19, 2014 URL: http://bsc.libguides.com/spanish Print Guide RSS Updates

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Welcome to the Spanish LibGuide. Here you will find resources for learning about and researching Spanish Language, Literature, and Culture.

 

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Films on Demand

The Mexicans: Through Their Eyes (58:00)

Guiding viewers through a rich mosaic of history and culture, this program evokes the complexities of Mexico as experienced by its own people. The nation’s indigenous and Spanish roots are both explored through nuanced discussions of iconic cultural elements—for example, viewers learn how the Day of the Dead reflects the national character by merging Catholic and pre-Columbian traditions. Meanwhile, a look at Mexico’s modern urban landscape reveals a unique dynamic of politics, art, and commerce. The perspectives of Mexican citizens from all backgrounds and walks of life infuse the program in a manner that can only be described as a través de sus ojos—through their eyes. A National Geographic Production. (58 minutes)

"Off campus users click on this link to view video"

 

 

E-books

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Digging the Days of the Dead - Juanita Garciagodoy
Call Number: GT4995.A4 G37 1998eb
ISBN: 0870815903
Publication Date: 2000-09-01
Subjects: All Souls' Day -- Mexico
Geographic: Mexico -- Social life and customs
Genres: Electronic books

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Mexico - Don M. Coerver; Suzanne B. Pasztor; Robert Buffington
Call Number: F1234 .C67 2004eb
ISBN: 1576071324
Publication Date: 2004-09-22
"A concise overview of 20th- and 21st-century Mexico, this volume explores the political, economic, social, and cultural history of the world's largest Spanish-speaking country."--Publisher's description

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Sandi L. Bates
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Johanna Bjork
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Liz Mason
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