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Portuguese Studies

LIBRARY SERVICES DURING ACADEMIC YEAR 2021-22

Need research help? 
Welcome to the 2022-23 academic course. Having COVID pandemic finally under control, I will be very happy to have meeting in person and also I will be available for meetings virtually using Zoom. You can schedule an appointment by contacting me directly at mav4n@virginia.edu. If you want to have a virtual appointment, I will send you a Zoom link for us to meet. If Zoom will not work for you, please email me and we will find another option for meeting. 

Need help right away? Please contact a librarian using one of our Ask a Librarian options. ​

Using Library Facilities.

  • All UVA libraries are open with access to their Library stacks, rooms, and other public spaces. However, remember that the Main Library (before called Alderman) remains closed for construction. The current central library for Social Sciences and Humanities is Clemons Library. Check: Library Hours and locations
  • Group study rooms?: reserve a room
  • Check a LibGuide with general resources about COVID-19

Important:

  • Refreshing our memory about Ivy Stacks library (A library that holds a large library collection from the Main Library during its construction). Ivy Stacks is a high-density shelving and retrieval facility located one mile west of Central Grounds. Materials are available for checkout through Virgo.

Using Library Services:

  1. Student Support for Remote Instruction.

Miguel Angel Valladares Llata

Room 102, Kerchof Hall. PO Box 400113
141 Cabell Dr.
Charlottesville, VA 22904
Note: currently working remote.
Please email or call me
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mav4n@virginia.edu
Cell: 434-4222608
 
The most immediate way to contact me is through email. mav4n@virginia.edu.
I can meet you either by zoom or in person.

Statement of intents
You must be aware that consulting with a subject librarian is not only obtaining quality resources from an expert in any given subject, but also that you are knocking on the door of a local, national, and international group of professionals experts in multiple aspects of your possible projects. I mean that I am part of various international organizations: SALALM, LANE and LASER, (Latin America); CIFNAL (French and Francophone world); CRL (General Research) to which I have access and from which I obtain all the necessary support.

I am available to all students who are researching any Latin American, Iberian, Italian, Lusophone, Francophone, and French topics. Also, I have a lot of experience working with Global Issues from a Social Sciences and Humanities perspective and I can support research in German and Jewish Studies. If you are an undergraduate student that need to do a large or brief research project, or a graduate student preparing a bibliography for your PhD. or master’s degree, gathering ideas about a topic, finding an archive in a different country, etc., meeting with a subject librarian early in your research process is key saving you time and to improve the content of your research.

I am also very interested in hearing your opinion on how to improve our library. Let me know If you discover new material that may be useful for your research or have an opinion on how to improve our services and resources when you work on subject related to my expertise or elsewhere.

Subject Specialties

French
German
Jewish Studies
Latin American Studies
LatinX
Spanish
Italian
Portuguese

     Research Guide for Portuguese Studies at U.Va.

The goal of this guide is to direct you to the best resources for the study of Portuguese Studies at UVA. The guide includes reference works, monographs, journal articles, databases owned or licensed by the library, and links to external web resources. Please select any tab from the left menu to expand your search.
 

 

If you have questions, or suggestions, please email:
Miguel A. Valladares Llata (mav4n@virginia.edu)