Colonial Latin American Review
ISSN (printed): 1060-9164. ISSN (electronic): 1466-1802.
Colonial Latin American Review (CLAR) is a unique interdisciplinary journal devoted to the study of the colonial period in Latin America. The journal was created in 1992, in response to the growing scholarly interest in colonial themes related to the Quincentenary. CLAR offers a critical forum where scholars can exchange ideas, revise traditional areas of inquiry and chart new directions of research. With the conviction that this dialogue will enrich the emerging field of Latin American colonial studies, CLAR offers a variety of scholarly approaches and formats, including articles, debates, review-essays and book reviews. These contributions not only reflect the latest research on different aspects of colonial Latin America, but also point to new critical directions shared by art, history, anthropology, literature and other disciplines. The journal is also committed to fostering an international network of colonial scholars and invites contributions in English, Spanish and Portuguese. Studies done from a comparative perspective or that engage broad thematic issues are particularly welcome.
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