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Portuguese Language, Literature, and Culture: 4. Onde Pesquisar


Find research on Portuguese and Brazilian art and artists.

Find research on Portuguese and Brazilian art and artists.

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Find research on Portuguese and Brazilian health topics.

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Studying Portuguese? Or just need to brush up on grammar and writing? Try the following resources and tools to help:

  • Aulete Digital (downloadable)
  • Portuguese print dictionaries
    • Portuguese dictionaries in print can be found in the Research Area Stacks (map) and the Norlin Stacks (map) in Norlin Library, under the call number PC5305 (Portugal) and PC5441 (Brazil).


Find research about Portuguese literature (including authors, novels, and poetry) as well as theater.

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Research Process: Consider Types of Information

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What's the difference between a popular magazine, a scholarly journal, and a trade publication? What makes a blog different from a news article? Why are there different genres of writing and formats of sources?

Click the link below to learn about the options you have when selecting sources and how and why different types of sources are created:


Borrowing items from the library

To check out materials from University Libraries, you can take them to the Circulation Desk with your Buff OneCard. We also have self-check-out stations. To find out more, click on the link below:

Prospector vs. InterLibrary Loan (ILLiad)

Prospector and Interlibrary Loan (ILLiad) login buttons.

Use Prospector to request physical materials from other Colorado libraries at no cost to you! Prospector is generally the quickest way (3-5 business days) to get materials not available at CU-Boulder. 

Use Interlibrary Loan (ILLiad) to request electronic materials from other libraries. You can also request physical materials like books that are not available at CU or in Colorado through Prospector.