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Hispanic Review (1933- )

Founded in 1933 within the Department of Latin Languages at the University of Pennsylvania (United States), the Hispanic Review is a publication par excellence of regional studies in the broadest sense. It combines diverse contributions from historical, ethnological and linguistic disciplines, with a literary glue between them, but dealing as much with Latin American contexts as with Spain and Portugal, and this without any criteria of chronological exclusion. The journal immediately acquired unexpected comparative potentialities, both in terms of interdisciplinarity and in terms of citations and reviews of books that specialists in otherwise excluded disciplines may not be aware of.

Keywords: 20th century | Hispanic studies | Journals and periodicals