Chicana/o/x & Latina/o/x Studies

A guide with resources and tips for doing research in Chicana/o Studies

How to Research This Topic


My name is Lux Darkbloom, and I'm the librarian for TRANSFORM. You can reach out to me anytime at I'm also available by phone, Zoom, or in person. For immediate assistance from a librarian, you can use that chat box below. 

The purpose of this guide is to highlight some of the Library resources by and about Chicana/o/x & Latina/o/x histories, peoples, activism, and communities. 


Below is a small selection of texts related to Chicana/o/x and Latina/o/x Studies.

When starting your research in Chicana/o studies, start by gathering background information on your topic. Tertiary sources, such as encyclopedias and reference databases, are good places to start.

Statistics can be a useful tool when researching populations or groups.

Need help? Contact us

chat loading...
Marriott Library Eccles Library Quinney Law Library