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Journals/eJournals and Magazines
A refereed, interdisciplinary journal (Spring/Fall), Diálogo publishes on diverse Latin American and U.S. Latino issues, including Indigenous experience. Submissions, in the Humanities and Social Sciences, are often geared to special themes that help bridge barriers between academic and local communities.
Journal of Latinos and Education
The journal publishes on educational issues that impact Latinos, including policy, research, practice, and creative and literary works.
A journal that highlights the careers and success of prominent Latinos in the United States. Examines the most important aspects of these leaders' lives and their journey to achievement.
This journal explores the local, national, transnational, and hemispheric realities that influence the Latina and Latino presence in the United States. Latino Studies presents an international research agenda that builds bridges between the academic and non-academic worlds, and promotes mutual learning and collaboration among all the Latino national groups.
Polifonia is a peer-reviewed journal of literary criticism and culture of Hispanic Studies from the Department of Languages and Literature of Austin Peay State University. It is a place where difference voices enter in dialogue to produce active communication and converse with other texts.
Studies in Latin American Popular Culture
Studies in Latin American Popular Culture, an annual interdisciplinary journal, publishes articles, review essays, and interviews on diverse aspects of popular culture in Latin America. Articles are written in English, Spanish, or Portuguese.
US Latina & Latino Oral History Journal
The US Latina & Latino Oral History Journal is a research publication created to mine, showcase, and promote the rich field of oral history as it relates specifically to the US Latina and Latino experience.
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