Posts under tag: Periphērica
May 29, 2019
The first issue of Periphērica: A Journal of Social, Cultural, and Literary History, a multilingual, online, open-access, peer-reviewed, biannual journal, will be finally available this week. Join contributors, authors, and members of the editorial board for a launch reception at the Dream Lab in the Knight Library on Friday May 31st at 4:00-5.30! Some of our collaborators will be beaming in to celebrate together the opening of the new journal. Thanks to a committed group of readers, authors, reviewers, editors, and supporters, this journal has now become a reality.
Periphērica seeks to offer new critical perspectives on the social, literary, and cultural histories of Latino-América and Iberia as liminal, peripheral spaces in the production of contemporary cultures. The first issue includes eight peer-reviewed articles, two interviews, three book reviews, and a poem.