Journal of Spanish Cultural Studies
J Spanish Cult Stud
Published/Hosted by Taylor and Francis Group.
ISSN (printed): 1463-6204. ISSN (electronic): 1469-9818.
The Journal of Spanish Cultural Studies is a new international journal that aims to interrogate established notions of Spanish culture and hispanism by promoting innovative theoretical and critical work of the highest quality. Work is encouraged that opens up the study of Spanish culture by thinking across national and disciplinary boundaries. In addition to promoting study in areas of Spanish culture previously marginalised or excluded from the canon, the journal aims to rethink the cultural meanings generated by canonical work by viewing them in a broad cultural context. Submissions are invited on any period and in or across any cultural discipline, including: literary studies, performing arts, visual arts, film, media, intellectual history, philosophy, history of science, psychoanalysis, cultural theory, cultural history, material culture, anthropology, religion, popular culture, mass culture, museum studies, tourism, cultural policy. In particular, the journal will be a vehicle for work on the role of culture in identity formation and the cultural negotiation of concepts of nation, region, class, gender, and ethnicity; local nationalisms and globalization; subcultures and urban ethnography; the construction of taste and audience reception; heritage and cultural memory. Two issues will be published each year: with all articles in English. The journal will publish research articles, position papers, interviews and review articles; books received in relevant fields will be listed.
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