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Brazilian Resources at the University of Toronto Libraries
The University of Toronto Libraries has one of the most comprehensive collections of Luso-Brazilian studies in North America. In this tailored research guide, you will find a number of resources relevant to the topics explored in PRT358: Forests, Deserts, and Cities: The Environment in Brazilian Culture course.
Please note that although many of the resources are held in the Robarts Library, materials can be also found in other libraries across the campus depending on the language, subject (e.g. music-related titles in the Music Library), formats (e.g., audio-visual materials available either at the Media Commons Library or via streaming platforms), or materials held at the offsite storage at Downsview.
Please do not hesitate to contact Fabiano Rocha, Japanese & Luso-Brazilian Studies Librarian at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.