Reference web site dedicated to works about Peronism. It offers bibliographical databases and links to other, related sites. Every month it publishes a newsletter that addresses a particular topic of interest, presents information on new publications and online resources.
A network of open access respositories (OARs) for scientific research in Latin America. Born out of a regional cooperation agreement signed in Buenos Aires in 2012, it now consists of 10 national nodes in South and Central America, and gives access to over 3 million documents, including theses and dissertations and technical reports.
An interactive map of barrios populares in Argentina, created by the Registro Nacional de Barrios Populares (National Register of Popular Neighborhoods). Barrios populares are defined as “at-risk neighborhoods in which at least 8 families live together, and where more than half of the population does not possess the title to their land or regular access to two or more basic services (running water, electricity with household meter, and/or sewage).”
Open access repository hosted by the Argentine Ministry of Justice, offering access to digitized versions of public domain, historically significant materials, resource materials for law students and professors, and government publications.
Web site of Argentine popular historian Felipe Pigna. Includes, among other things, articles and interviews by Pigna, a bibliography of historical documents (with links), and a guide to history programs at Argentine universities.
Website of the MAFICI International Film Festival, held in Puerto Madryn, Argentina, which highlights the work of up and coming directors from Argentina and around the world.
A website sponsored by the Servicio Geológico Minero Argentino (SEGEMAR) which provides access to geological and spatial resources related to Argentina. SegemAR is responsible for creation of mining, geology, territorial and environmental information in Argentina.
A list of libraries in Argentina related to mining and geological studies, with hours and contact information.
The SegemAR archive, containing freely accessible technical reports, serial publications, photographic and rare materials collections, and more.