This series aims to publish studies in the arts, humanities and social sciences,
the main focus of which is the Hispanic World. The series invites proposals
with interdisciplinary approaches to Hispanic culture in fields such as history
of concepts and ideas, sociology of culture, the evolution of visual arts, the
critique of literature, and uses of historiography. It is not confined to a
particular historical period.
Monographs as well as collected papers are welcome. Languages of
publication are English, Spanish and Spanish-American.