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SOS 394: Rebuilding Puerto Rico

This guide is designed to promote students' research as they develop products in the Humanities Lab address the rebuilding of Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria struck in September 2017.

Overview

This guide is designed to assist students in finding quality information to support the Rebuilding Puerto Rico Humanities Lab project. Links to key non-governmental organizations and strategies for finding resources including news, government information, scholarly sources, reports and images are provided. 

Librarian Contact Information

Wes Edens:  wes.edens@asu.edu

Lisa Kammerlocher:  lk@asu.edu

puerto rico home restoration

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