The Latin American Studies Collection at the Libraries of the University of California, Riverside: A Collection Map
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An analysis of the Latin American Studies Collection of the Libraries of the University of California, Riverside, using data visualization tools to "map" the collection's holdings.
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The Asmat of New Guinea: a research and information website of the Lowell D. Holmes Museum of Anthropology Scriven, Jennifer L. (2008-12)At present, there are several books written on the Asmat of New Guinea, as well as many artifactual collections throughout the world, both large and small. However, this information is scattered, poorly presented, and ...
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