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Here are some of the latest books added to our library collection as of March 2019.

If you would like to view any of these please contact our library staff by email at centro.library@hunter.cuny.edu or give us a call at 212-396-7874.

  • Almost citizens: Puerto Rico, the U.S. Constitution, and empire / Sam Erman, University of Southern California
  • Ambiente y democracia: experiencias de gestión comunitaria ambiental en Puerto Rico / Gustavo García López, Carmen M. Concepción, Alejandro Torres Abreu
  • Arsenio Rodríguez: Padre de la Salsa en Puerto Rico/ Héctor “Atabal” Rodríguez
  • As though the wound had heard / Mara Pastor; translated by María José Giménez
  • The Battle of Lincoln Park: Urban Renewal and Gentrification in Chicago/ Daniel Kay Herts
  • Blood in the water: the Attica prison uprising of 1971 and its legacy / Heather Ann Thompson
  • Civil Rights and Beyond: African American and Latino/a Activism in the Twentieth-Century United States / edited by Brian D. Behnken​
  • Current research in Puerto Rican linguistics / edited by Melvin González-Rivera
  • Dealing in dreams / Lilliam Rivera
  • Endangered Edens: exploring the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, Costa Rica, the Everglades, and Puerto Rico / Marty Essen
  • La enseñanza de la música en Puerto Rico: antología de documentos y lecturas para su estudio Vol. II/ compilación y ensayo de introducción, Noel Allende-Goitía
  • El evangelio de Don Pedro Albizu Campos: la evangelización nacionalista de Puerto Rico / Torres Santiago, Osvaldo
  • Francisco Coímbre: los bates grandes se respetan / by Raúl Ramos
  • Hablan sobre Julia: reflexiones en su centenario / Carmen M. Rivera Villegas, Lydia Pagán Tirado (editors)
  • Hostages of empire: a short history of the extension of U.S. citizenship to Puerto Rico, 1898-present / Charles Venator-Santiago
  • Healing memories: Puerto Rican women’s literature in the United States / Elizabeth Garcia
  • How to hide an empire: a history of the greater United States / Daniel Immerwahr
  • Julia, corazón de poeta / por Wanda I. De Jesús Arvel; ilustrado por Mrinali Álvarez Astacio
  • Latino peoples in the new America: racialization and resistance / edited by Jose A. Cobas, Joe R. Feagin, Daniel J. Delgado, and Maria Chavez
  • Latinos in New York: communities in transition (2nd edition) / edited by Sherrie Baver, Angelo Falcón, and Gabriel Haslip-Viera
  • Liberalism and identity politics: Puerto Rican community institutions and collective action in New York City / José E. Cruz
  • Mi señoria: comedia en tres actos / Luis Rechani Agrait
  • Las músicas de los Puerto Ricos: una breve introducción a su estudio / Noel Allende Goit́a
  • El Negro y la Negra Libres: Puerto Rico: 1800-1873 Su Presencia y Contribución a la Identidad Puertorriqueña/ María D. González García
  • La nueva dramaturgia puertorriqueña : trans/acciones de la identidad / Laurietz Seda
  • Obras completas / Ramón Emeterio Betances; Félix Ojeda Reyes, Paul Estrade, editores
  • El pirata Cofresí mitificado por la tradición oral puertorriqueña / Roberto Fernández Valledor
  • Planting Stories: The Life of Librarian and Storyteller Pura Belpré/ Anika Aldamuy Denise
  • A Puerto Rican decolonial theology: prophesy freedom / Teresa Delgado
  • Puerto Rico en la Segunda Guerra Mundial: Baluarte del Caribe/ Jorge Rodríguez Beruff
  • Puerto Rico en la Segunda Guerra Mundial: El Escenario Regional/ Jorge Rodríguez Beruff
  • Raymond Dalmau From Harlem a Puerto Rico/ Raymond Dalmau Perez
  • Sembrando Historias: Pura Belpré: bibliotecaria y narradora de cuentos / Anika Aldamuy Denise; translated by Paola Escobar
  • Social-Ecological-Technological Effects of Hurricane María on Puerto Rico: Planning for Resilience under Extreme Events / Ariel E. Lugo

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.