ECUADORIAN STUDIES / ESTUDIOS ECUATORIANOS
No. 2 (December 2002)
Editors: Michael T. Hamerly and Fredy Rivera
Michael T. Hamerly
Bibliography of Ecuadorian Bibliographies
Michael T. Hamerly and Miguel Díaz Cueva
Abstract The first part of this study, "Ecuadorian Bibliography Historical Development and Present State," examines
in depth the emergence and development of bibliography in and on Ecuador, from the earliest known bibliography, published in 1885, through the year 2000, and includes some bibliographies in the humanities, the social
sciences, and the natural sciences in the text and accompanying notes that the authors have not yet been able to verify or flesh out. It also touches upon related themes such as the history of the press in the country.
The second part, "Bibliographies and Related Works," describes and annotates 316 verified bibliographies and related works in main entry order. The "Indexes" provide added author, subject, and chronological access
to the verified bibliographies and related works.
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