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Hispanic Studies

This research guide is designed to provide access to relevant resources for Hispanic Studies research.

About the Maghreb Collection

The Maghreb Collection, created by Prof. Ana Rueda and the Department of Hispanic Studies with the collaboration of UK Libraries, covers materials related to the Maghreb (Northwest Africa, part of the Arab world), primarily Morocco, Western Sahara, and the Spanish cities of Ceuta and Melilla. The collection also includes former Spanish colonies in Africa such as Equatorial Guinea and other enclaves. It covers:

  • European interests in Northern Africa
  • Hispano-Moroccan historical, political, and cultural relations
  • History of the Maghreb
  • Colonialism, Postcolonialism, Decolonization
  • Moroccan writers who publish in Spanish and/or Catalan
  • Fictional works by Spanish writers
  • Moroccan/African immigration to Spain
  • Travel writing

A list of collection holdings can be viewed below.

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