Journals Housed in the Department
Editor: Christina Karageorgou-Bastea
The Vanderbilt e-Journal of Luso-Hispanic Studies is an online academic publication edited by the Department of Spanish and Portuguese. Created as an open forum and a platform for dialogue on specific debates within Luso-Hispanic Studies, this publication includes monographic volumes crossing disciplinary boundaries and addressing theoretical, political, and cultural connections between the Iberian Peninsula and Latin America, as well as Inter-American topics. Submissions are accepted by invitation only. It is published annually.
- Vol 9 (2013): Representaciones e imaginarios de la ciudad colonial y metropolitana en la prosa hispano-americana (siglos XVI al XVIII) Guest editors, David Solokkow — Hugo Ramírez
- Vol 8 (2012): Studies on Migration in Spanish and Latin American Literature and Film – N. Michelle Shepherd, Guest Editor
- Volume 7 (2011): “El aura de la voz”: Problemas y nuevas perspectivas en torno a la oralidad y la escritura – Francisco Ramírez Santacruz, Guest editor
- Volume 6 (2010): Raquel’s Shadow: The Representation of the Holocaust in Spanish Cultural Expression – Mary S. Vásquez, Guest editor
- Volume 5 (2009): España en armas : Cultures of War in the Iberian Peninsula – Antonio Gómez López-Quiñones, Guest Editor
- Volume 4 (2008): Studies in Contemporary Brazilian Literature and Film – Emanuelle Oliveira, Guest Editor
- Volume 3 (2006): Borges, Escritor del Siglo XXI – Silvia N. Barei, Guest Editor
- Volume 2 (2005): Metafictional Crossings-Edward H. Friedman, Guest Editor
- Volume 1 (2004): Rethinking the Americas: Crossing Borders and Disciplines-Cathy L. Jrade, Guest Editor
Editor: William Luis
The Afro-Hispanic Review, a bilingual journal of Afro-Hispanic literature and culture, is published by the Department of Spanish and Portuguese at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee USA. The new editor of the Review invites submissions of unpublished studies pertaining to the literature, history, and culture of the African presence and influence in the Hispanic world. The editor also welcomes interdisciplinary work, book reviews, translations, creative writings, and relevant developments, of the highest quality, as they relate to the Afro-Hispanic experience.