Tesserae: Journal of Iberian and Latin American Studies
Co-founded and co-edited by Jordi Larios and Montserrat Lunati, Tesserae, Journal of Iberian and Latin American Studies was launched in 1994 and since 1997 has been published by the Taylor & Francis Group, one of the world’s leading publishers of academic journals.
Tesserae has achieved international recognition as one of the foremost journals devoted to the languages, literatures and cultures of the Hispanic world. It attracts articles from academics based in the most prestigious academic institutions all over the world, dealing with literature, cinema, linguistics, history and cultural studies related to any of the languages and cultures of the Iberian Peninsula, the Balearic and Canary Islands, and Latin America. The Journal regularly publishes in English, Catalan and Spanish.
Since 2005 the Journal comes out three times a year and publishes occasional monographic issues, sometimes with invited guest editors. Recent monographic issues have been dedicated to Spanish poet Luis Cernuda (2005) and to Travel Writing in the Hispanic World (2006). Further monographic issues will be devoted to “Recalcitrant Modernities” (2007), Latin American Women’s Writing (2008), and Love and the Avantgarde (2009).