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New Acquisitions

Centro Library

Centro Library

Here are some of the latest books added to our library collection, as of August 2017:

  • An Update on the Competitiveness of Puerto Rico's Economy - Federal Reserve Bank of New York
  • Así Somos = Who We Are – Ana Nivia López
  • Bacalaitos & Fireworks – Arlene Gottfried
  • The bodega: a cornerstone of Puerto Rican barrios - Carlos Sanabria
  • California and Hawaii's First Puerto Ricans, 1850-1925: the 1st and 2nd generation Immigrants/Migrants – Daniel M. López
  • Cartas a Consuelo - Julia de Burgos
  • Cinnamon Girl: Letters found inside a cereal box - Juan Felipe Herrera
  • Diasporic Blackness: the life and times of Arturo Alfonso Schomburg – Vanessa Kimberly Valdés
  • Eating Puerto Rico – Cruz M. Ortiz Cuadra
  • Nationalist Heroines: Puerto Rican Women History Forgot, 1930s-1950s – Olga Jiménez de Wagenheim
  • The Nine O'clock Novella: A Comedy with Lyrics – Herminio Vargas-Tollents
  • Nombres Susurrados - Margarita Sastre de Balmaceda
  • ¡Presente! The Young Lords in New York
  • Puerto Rico: Puerta al Paisaje
  • Radical imagination, radical humanity: Puerto Rican political activism in New York – Rose Muzio
  • Sobre la Vida de Hiram Gabriel Bithorn Sosa = Hiram Gabriel Bithorn Sosa: About His Life
  • Sponsored Migration: The state and Puerto Rican postwar migration to the United States – Edgardo Meléndez

Library and Archives Access Policy

The Centro Library and Archives is open to the general public. We are located on the First Floor of the Hunter College Silberman School of Social Work Building (2180 Third Avenue at 119th Street in El Barrio). Users wishing to enter the Centro Library and Archives must bring a photo ID and check-in at the Visitor’s Center. CUNY staff and students should use their CUNY identification when visiting our facility.