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Spanish literature
Middle Ages
16th-17th centuries
18th century
19th century
20th century
Spanish Reference
Iberian Journals
History: The Civil War
Latin America
Colonial literature
19th century
20th century
(Latin America)
Finding books
Finding articles

Digital Resources

Texts (Spanish)
Texts (Portuguese)
Web Pages: Spain
Museums Page

Special projects:

Sephardi links
Sephardi bibliography

Hugo Chapa Guzmán

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The University of Texas has a solid collection on all the major literary figures of every period and genre of Spanish literature, including bibliographical and bio-bibliographical reference materials.

The emphasis of collection development for Spanish and Portuguese literature has reflected the scholarly pursuits of the university community: medieval drama and poetry; including a rich collection of the Cantigas and 16th century plays; Golden Age literature; the picaresque novel and contemporary fiction and poetry; and representative selections in Catalan, Basque and Gallegan literatures.

All literary periods and genres of Portuguese literature are represented in the collection, beginning with the Troubadour poets of the 12th century; but the major strength of the Portuguese collection is the 20th century.

The Perry-Castañeda Library also has a well-rounded collection dealing with Spanish history, from Medieval times to the present, including historical sources on the Spanish Civil war.

Materials on Spanish and Portuguese language and linguistics are also held by the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center (HRC) and the Benson Latin American Collection.

The CELESTINA Web page has been created as a means to enable students to find digital and printed resources related to Spanish literature and culture.

CELESTINA has two new sub-sections:

  1. Sefarim, dealing with Sefardi literature and civilization.
  2. SOFIA, an Iberian women authors section

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