IBEROAMERICANA: AMÉRICA LATINA – ESPAÑA – PORTUGAL is an interdisciplinary journal for literary studies, history and the social sciences. It is jointly published by the Ibero-American Institute (Berlin), the GIGA Institute for Latin American Studies (Hamburg) and the Iberoamericana/Vervuert publishing house (Madrid/Frankfurt am Main).
IBEROAMERICANA appears in three deliveries each year (in the months of March, July and November) and features the following four sections:
- Dossier, in which a specific topic is examined from an interdisciplinary perspective;
- Artículos y ensayos, presenting articles by acclaimed experts;
- Foro de debate, featuring current analyses, interviews and news briefs;
- Notas: Reseñas iberoamericanas, presenting reviews of recent publications
Open access: Simultaneously with the print edition, Iberoamericana provides free full-text access to all contributions. An electronic archive of all contributions published since 2001 is also available through this website.
Iberoamericana uses the open-source software Open Journal Systems (OJS) to management and publishing support. All submissions should be sent through the online submission system. For detailed information on the process, please click here.