The Latin American Research Review (LARR) publishes original research and review essays on Latin America, the Caribbean, and Latina/Latino studies. LARR covers the social sciences and the humanities, including the fields of anthropology, economics, history, literature and cultural studies, political science, and sociology. The journal reviews and publishes papers in English, Spanish, and Portuguese. All papers, except for book and documentary film review essays, are subject to double-blind peer review. LARR, the academic journal of the Latin American Studies Association, has been in continuous publication since 1965.
ERLACS – European Review of Latin American and Caribbean Studies is an Open Access, scientific journal. It publishes peer-reviewed articles in English and Spanish. Contributions reflect substantial empirical research and/or are theoretically innovative with respect to major debates within social science research (understood in the broadest sense, including history and economics) on Latin America and the Caribbean. In addition to research articles, ERLACS includes 'Explorations' (a section in which new themes are presented and new debates are stimulated), review essays, book reviews, and film reviews. Articles are published online soon after they have been accepted.
The Latin American Literary Review is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal devoted to the literature of Latin America (including the United States) and Brazil. It is published semiannually in English, Spanish and Portuguese. Bringing to its readers the most recent writing of some of the leading scholars and critics in the fields of Hispanic and Portuguese literature, the Latin American Literary Review is of interest to all libraries and institutions of higher learning, and especially to all departments of English, Modern Languages, Latin American Studies, and Comparative Literature. Since its appearance in the Fall of 1972, the magazine has been very well received, and has aroused national and international interest.
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The Middle Atlantic Review of Latin American Studies is an interdisciplinary, peer reviewed, open access online journal focusing on the dissemination of scholarly work about Latin America and the Caribbean. The editors also welcome submissions focusing on relations among Latin American and Caribbean countries and with other states and regions of the world. MARLAS publishes research findings aimed at a multidisciplinary audience and invites submissions based on rigorous analysis from a variety of theoretical and methodological perspectives. The journal publishes scholarly articles, essays, research notes, book reviews, and periodic special issues examining specific topics in Latin American studies. MARLAS accepts submissions in English, Spanish and Portuguese. The Editorial Board asks prospective authors to examine carefully the guidelines for submissions. Previously published as Latin American Essays, a printed journal, since 1988, MARLAS represents a continuation of a 30-year tradition of high-quality scholarly contributions to the field of Latin American studies. MARLAS is a publication of the Middle Atlantic Council of Latin American Studies (MACLAS). For inquiries, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Afro‑Ásia is a biannual publication of the Centro de Estudos Afro-Orientais (CEAO) [Center for Afro-Oriental Studies] of the Federal University of Bahia, dedicated to topics related to the African Diaspora, Africa and Asia. The journal fills a prominent space in Brazilian cultural life, as it is still one of the few scientific publications in Brazil that is entirely dedicated to Afro-Brazilian and African themes, serving as a venue for scholarship produced at home and abroad. By providing a space of excellence for academic debate in this field, we hope to produce meaningful references for anti-racist and democratic sociopolitical action aimed at superseding the inequalities that structure the contemporary world. Afro‑Ásia offers full open access (free, unlimited and immediate) to its whole collection, and does not require that authors pay any type of article processing charge (APC) or other fee. The journal also does not apply a minimum-degree policy for authors. Afro‑Ásia will consider submissions in English, French, or Spanish, but a professional-level translation into Portuguese must be provided by the author if the article is accepted for publication.