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Library Resources

The Latin American Library, located on the fourth floor of Tulane's Howard-Tilton Memorial Library, is one of the world's foremost collections of source materials in all disciplines of the humanities and social sciences pertaining to Latin America.

Almost 20% of the Library's collection of 400,000 volumes relates to Brazil, and about 60,000 of these volumes are in Portuguese. An additional 10, 000 volumes of Brazilian literature and literary criticism are on the second floor of the Howard-Tilton Library. The library also subscribes to dozens of Brazilian periodicals. A bibliographic listing of the Brazilian periodicals in the Howard-Tilton Library is now available online.

External Resources

Brazilian Studies Association (BRASA)

Brazilian Embassy of the United States

Brazilian Consulate-General of Houston

An Introduction to Brazilian Literature

Opportunities

Brazilian Embassy has an extensive internship program in a variety of areas. These are usually three-month unpaid positions, either full-time or part-time, which can be renewed for an additional three months. Applicants are required to be fluent in both English and Portuguese, and have a strong interest in Brazilian-related issues. The application process is ongoing. Interested students should sent an e-mail to this address.