Chicano, Hispano, Latino Library program (CHIPOTLE)
The Chicano, Hispano, Latino Program (CHIPOTLE) of the University Libraries at the University of New Mexico, created 2005, serves the information, collections, and knowledge discovery needs of UNM programs, students, faculty, and the community-at-large. CHIPOTLE provides singular assistance to learn how to use the library and acquire research skills. We are especially committed to promoting those proficiencies required for successful academic pursuits and preparation for being well-informed citizens, leaders, and life-long learners. The collections in this community document the work of faculty research and outreach activities.
Collections in this community
[2014-03-21] Latino comic book and graphic art collection
[2009-07-23] García v. The City of Taft - The Struggle for Representation The case for this paper is based on García v. Taft, which was heard in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas, Corpus Christi Division, Civil Action NO. C-84-230, in 1985. The final decision ...
[2007-06-13] Report on the conference on Latino Students: Promoting Access and Success and the Pre-Conference on Latino Students and Culture A brief report on the conference on "Latino Students: Promoting Access and Success" and the Pre-Conference on "Latino Students and Culture" on March 28 -30, 2007, University of Texas, San Antonio San Antonio, Texas
[2007-06-13] CHIPOTLE Travel Update: Russia and Siberia Brief report on presentations by Teresa Marquez on the Chicana/o mystery genre and related Chicano/a studies issues in the United States at several Russian and Siberian universities, and at the International Conference on ...