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This research guide is intended to help students enrolled in INTL 190 "Breaking the Cycle: How to Build Peace and End the Drug War in Mexico" to identify and access research tools and resources.  Use the tabs to navigate this guide, and be sure to scroll down to see the content on each page.  

For the most part, the resources featured on this guide point to content and information in the English language.  For a more comprehensive guide, including material in Spanish and Portuguese, see the more general Latin American Studies Research Guide.


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Sarah Buck Kachaluba
Geisel Library (west wing)

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Schedule a Meeting by PASTING the following into your browser:

Where to meet (please ask for me when you arrive):

Any time besides Wed. 1:30-4: At the Research Assistance Desk (RAD) in Geisel Library: To get there, please come in the library and turn left.  Walk straight ahead (past the info desk and computer area on the right).  The RAD will be Straight Ahead

Wednesdays from 1:30-4: In my office at the Center for Latin American Studies (in the Gildred Building at the Institute of the Americas): See Map For Location