Rassegna iberistica

Rassegna iberistica

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Rassegna iberistica is an international (double blind) peer-reviewed journal, founded by Franco Meregalli and Giuseppe Bellini in 1978. Each issue publishes articles, notes and reviews, devoted to research in the Spanish, Spanish-American, Luso-Brazilian, and Catalan linguistic and cultural areas, c...

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ISSN: 2037-6588
Resource type: Journal
Journal web: https://edizionicafoscari.unive.it/en/edizioni/riviste/rassegna-iberistica/
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.30687/Ri/2037-6588
Publisher: Edizioni Ca'Foscari
Country: Italia
Language: Catalan
English
Italian
Portuguese
Spanish
Publisher address: Dorsoduro, 3246. CP: 30123. Venezia.
Email: rassegnaiberistica@unive.it
Frequency: Semestral
Usage rights: Reconocimiento (by) https://edizionicafoscari.unive.it/en/edizioni/riviste/rassegna-iberistica
Subjects:
Social Sciences/Humanities --> Literary Reviews
Social Sciences/Humanities --> Literary Theory --AMP-- Criticism
Social Sciences/Humanities --> Literature, Romance
Description: Rassegna iberistica is an international (double blind) peer-reviewed journal, founded by Franco Meregalli and Giuseppe Bellini in 1978. Each issue publishes articles, notes and reviews, devoted to research in the Spanish, Spanish-American, Luso-Brazilian, and Catalan linguistic and cultural areas, covering all aspects of Iberian and Ibero-American culture. The journal promotes innovative theoretical and critical work at a high intellectual level that fills existing gaps in scholarship. Work across disciplinary boundaries is encouraged, welcoming a wide range of theoretical and critical approaches, and Rassegna iberistica is strongly committed to present the work of talented and innovative young scholars in the field. Submissions are invited on any historical period and in or across any cultural discipline, including: literary studies, visual arts, music, film, media, intellectual history, philosophy, cultural theory, cultural history, popular culture.