The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Duke University maintain one of the oldest cooperative acquisitions programs in the country in the area of Latin American Studies. This cooperative collections agreement supports the The Consortium in Latin American Studies at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Duke University. Both Carolina and Duke acquire core materials from throughout Latin America to support undergraduate study. In addition, both work cooperatively to purchase research-level materials, special formats, and expensive items such as censuses, films, and large documentary microform collections. As a result, the collections are complementary and there is a low rate of duplication. The following maps and lists illustrate our cooperative collecting.
(* Research level collections for Brazil are divided along subject lines. Please refer to the descriptions following the maps).
UNC-Chapel Hill is primarily responsible for collecting research materials from:
Duke University is primarily responsible for collecting research materials from:
For more details on UNC-Chapel Hill's cooperative programs with Duke University, visit the following link: