Workshop: NYU Library Resources on Latin America and the Caribbean
Presented by Anabel Gutiérrez (NYU Libraries)
Monday, February 13
KJCC Room 701 or Zoom
Zoom RSVP: https://nyu.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJEldumqpjgtGtyrLNuTy5063qypTWZUmfSb
Join us in-person or via zoom for a brief workshop by Anabel Gutiérrez (Libraries Postdoctoral Fellow for Latin American, Caribbean, and Indigenous Studies). The presentation will introduce the services that Gutiérrez can provide as a subject librarian and highlight some of the resources that are great examples of tools to find primary, secondary, and tertiary sources for researchers and students interested in Latin America, the Caribbean, and Latinx studies. This workshop is co-sponsored by CLACS, Department of History, Department of Social and Cultural Analysis, the Department of Spanish and Portuguese, and KJCC.
About Anabel Gutiérrez
Anabel Gutierrez is an Assistant Curator/Faculty Fellow in the Division of Libraries’ Research & Research Services. She is a librarian liaison for the departments of Latin American, Caribbean, and Indigenous Studies. Anabel holds a MA in Latin American Studies from San Diego State University, a MLIS from San Jose State University, and a BA in Spanish Literature with a minor in History of Latin America from the University of California, San Diego. Previously, she was an Assistant Librarian in the Department of Research, Instruction, and Outreach at San Diego State University.
Anabel is a decolonial Latin Americanist who focuses on diasporic and immigrant communities from Latin America and the Caribbean at the San Ysidro/Tijuana United States-Mexico border. Anabel’s current ethnographic research on Haitian migrants in Tijuana utilizes qualitative mixed methods consisting of a survey and open-ended interview. Her research in the field of Latin American Studies intersects anthropology, history, and Spanish. She is the recipient of the Tinker Field Research Grant for her preliminary research on Haitian migrant restaurants in Tijuana. Her academic librarian research interests are in reference and user services, instruction, open access, and diversity and inclusion in librarianship and higher education.