e-Duke Books

Latin American Studies
e-Book Collection

Duke University Press has for decades been a leader in publishing timely and important trade and scholarly books about Latin America. The Latin American Studies e-Book Collection brings together over 500 e-books in anthropology, art, cultural studies, Caribbean studies, Chicano and Latin studies, history, literature, film and media, politics, and many other fields focused on Latin America. The collection includes key titles from Jean Franco, Néstor García Canclini, Ariel Dorfman, Nelly Richard, Gilbert M. Joseph, Ricardo Piglia, and Roger Bartra, among others.

Browse the full collection or download the Title Information sheet (XLS). 

Features of the collections

  • DRM-free access: users can print, read online, and download PDFs by chapter
  • unlimited multi-user access
  • tiered discounting
  • free MARC records with chapter-level metadata included
  • COUNTER-compliant usage statistics 

Free trial offer

We offer trial access to institutions interested in the collection. For free trial access, contact libraryrelations@dukeupress.edu, or

The collection is available to libraries through purchase, lease, or lease-to-own. Download the Pricing document (PDF) and get more info on ordering, electronic access, license, usage statistics. Please contact libraryrelations@dukeupress.edu to learn more or place an order.