Iberian and Latin American Studies

Iberian and Latin American Studies provides a contextual and disciplinary approach to the study of the Hispanic and Lusophone worlds across a broad range of cultural production including literature, film, music, dance and sport, in Spanish, Portuguese, Basque, Catalan, Galician and indigenous languages of Latin America. The series also aims to cover history and politics as well as cultural studies by examining the shifting terrains of gender, sexual, racial and postcolonial identities in those same regions.

Series Editors: Professor David George, Swansea University, and Professor Paul Garner, University of Leeds.

Would you like to write for this series? We’d love to hear from you. Please contact Chris Richards, Commissioning and Editorial Assistant at UWP, with your proposal, including a brief synopsis of the proposed work: chris.richards@press.wales.ac.uk. To read more on the information we require at proposal stage, see our Publish With Us page.


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