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Spanish Subject Guide — Overview

This guide offers you useful information on how to find and search for books, journals and other resources for Spanish

Spanish Resources Guide

Letter Ñ/Letra eñeWelcome to the guide! This online guide will help you to find materials such as books, journal articles, and films that are necessary for your studies in Spanish.

Bienvenidos a mi guía! Esta guía en línea los ayudara a encontrar materiales como libros, artículos de revistas, y películas que son necesarios para sus estudios en Español. Tambien me pueden contactarme directamente para consultas individuales.


This is a bilingual guide, so you will find English and Spanish descriptions of different resources depending if they were created in the United States, Spain or Latin America.

Note: due to a position vacancy, there is currently no assigned Spanish language and Latinx studies specialist.  If you would like to place a request for a book or media material purchase, then please contact: Richard Bleiler, or Renee Walsh (STEM Librarian, French & Francophone Studies)

Request for Purchase Form

Requests for purchase are reviewed by subject specialists using the Library's Collection Development Policy. Please note that items may take up to 8 weeks to arrive, with certain requests taking longer.

Requesting Books Not Owned by UConn

Search WorldCat to find and request items owned by other libraries.
Request items by clicking on Request Item.
Items can take anywhere from 2-14 business days to arrive.

Professional Organizations

Where to practice Spanish?

The library doesn't offer language programs such as Rosetta Stone but we can refer you to some free online services or paid ones for your consideration. Also, consider visiting your local public library (near Storrs check the Mansfield Public Library) since sometimes they do offer language programs online for public library cardholder.