The following links can help you find archives and other resources outside of Oxford's own collections.
Oxford has the following special collections of interest to Latin America:
Robert Pring-Mill (1924-2005) was appointed to a university lecturership in Spanish in 1952. This he held until his retirement in 1988, together with a tutorial fellowship at St Catherine’s College (1965-88) and college lecturerships at New College (1956-88) and Exeter College (1963-81). As well as donating material to the library throughout his life, he made a significant bequest of great interest to Latin Americanists amounting to around 1500 volumes.
Although much of the collection focuses on literary works, there is also a strong social and historical aspect to the material. There are a number of books and political pamphlets relating to the Nicaraguan Revolution, covering the Sandinista movement, the role of women in social change, as well as representations of conflict in literature. There is also coverage of general Latin American history and politics.
If you are interested in working with this collection, please contact the librarian.