Korean-language articles are now included in HAPI.
We continue to make progress with our HAPI+SciELO project since launching in mid-2021.
The HAPI+SciELO project adds records from the SciELO-México journal platform to the HAPI database.
Read an interview with the editor-in-chief of the journal Tapuya, Professor Leandro Rodríguez-Medina.
Read a profile of the journal Historia Ambiental Latinoamericana y
Caribeña, highlighting recent issues, and an interview with Professor
Sandro Dutra e Silva (Co-Editor of HALAC).
HAPI supports the joint collection development statement created in August 2020 by U.S.-based area studies librarian organizations.
Read about the publication history and some recent developments of the UC Press journal Mexican Studies/Estudios Mexicanos.
A profile of the Journal of Latin American Geography, highlighting some exciting new initiatives, and an interview with Professor John Finn (Editor of JLAG).
Do you want a fun and engaging way to keep track of the latest trends in scholarly research on Latin American Studies, Caribbean Studies, and Latinx communities? Then consider becoming a volunteer contributor for HAPI!
Recent upgrades include the addition of abstracts and new journals, and increased accessibility for people with disabilities.
The American Library Association has recently passed a resolution urging the Library of Congress to change the subject heading "Illegal aliens" to "Undocumented immigrants."
A new tiered pricing structure goes into effect May 1, 2015.
The HAPI website has been re-launched with a new streamlined look, a more usable interface, and improved functionality.
HAPI has launched the second stage of a multi-year journal evaluation project.
Gayle Williams and Nancy Hallock have been volunteering for HAPI for most of their working lives.
HAPI's annual review of journals for possible inclusion has been suspended.