One of the top electronic reference sources of 2002.
— Library Journal, April 15, 2003
HAPI is updated daily and offers an easy-to-use search interface. The current website was re-launched in September 2014 with a new streamlined look, improved functionality, and responsive design. Some of its many features allow you to:
- Search for article citations in HAPI in English, Spanish and Portuguese
- Limit your search to full text articles only
- Email yourself a bibliography of your search results
- Obtain Open URL links to unlock your library's resources
The Hispanic American Periodicals Index (HAPI) is the source for current and in-depth research on Central and South America, the Caribbean basin, Mexico, the United States–Mexico border region, and Hispanics in the United States.
From analyses of the latest political, economic, and social issues to critiques of arts and letters, HAPI offers access to articles, original literary works, and other materials appearing in hundreds of leading journals published throughout the world. Dating back to 1970, the database contains over 300,000 citations recording the research of Latin Americanists for more than three decades.
Contact us for a free trial and see for yourself how much more HAPI has to offer, or simply go to www.hapi.ucla.ed.
- Institutions: From $550 to $1,950 per year, depending on FTE student enrollment. Unlimited simultaneous users; access via IP address; 10-20% discount available to consortia depending on consortium size. For more subscription information please visit: http://hapi.ucla.edu/about/subscribe_hapi
- Individuals: $500.00 per year or $50.00 per month; access via logonid and password
Published: Tuesday, October 02, 2012