Bulletin of Spanish Studies
Bull Spanish Stud
ISSN (printed): 1475-3820. ISSN (electronic): 1478-3428.
Founded in 1923 by the influential British Hispanist E. Allison Peers, the Bulletin of Spanish Studies is a learned review dedicated to research into the languages, literatures, histories and civilizations of Spain, Portugal and Latin America. Also known (1949-2001) as the Bulletin of Hispanic Studies, the Bulletin of Spanish Studies soon established an international reputation, and is now recognised world wide as one of the front-ranking journals in the field of Hispanic scholarship. The Bulletin's editors have included E. Allison Peers, founder-editor, Albert Sloman, Geoffrey Ribbans, Dorothy S. Severin and Ann L. Mackenzie. An international committee of Hispanists, set up in 1949, has functioned continuously since that date to advise the Editors of the Bulletin. In 1995 the Bulletin relocated to the University of Glasgow which is its present editorial and publishing base. From Volume LXXIX, 2002, the Bulletin, which last modified its title in 1949, is to revert, without loss of editorial continuity, volume-numbering, or breadth of coverage, to its original title: Bulletin of Spanish Studies. As its subtitle confirms, the Bulletin will continue to publish "Hispanic Studies and Researches on Spain, Portugal and Latin America". The Bulletin was published as a quarterly until 1998, when it expanded to 5 issues annually. To coincide with the Bulletin's reversion to its original title there will be a further increase in size and frequency. From 2002 6 issues of the Bulletin will be published each volume-year, plus supplement. This development, which will enable more contributions to be published per year, will ensure prompt availability of articles and book reviews.
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