Celebrating ten years of the Hispanic Studies: Culture and Ideas series

This year we’re celebrating the tenth anniversary of our book series Hispanic Studies: Culture and Ideas! The first volume, Postmodern Spain by Antonio Sanchez, was published in 2007. Ten years later the series is going from strength to strength, with Volume 77 hot off the press this month – Anne-Marie Storrs’s book Loving’s the Strange … Continue reading

New book series: Exiles and Transterrados: Exile in the Twentieth-Century Hispanic World

Peter Lang Oxford is pleased to announce the new series Exiles and Transterrados: Exile in the Twentieth-Century Hispanic World Series Editors: César Andrés Núñez and José Ramón López Garcia Philosopher José Gaos coined the neologism transterrado to describe his life as an exile in Mexico. This series investigates the experience of Spanish Civil War exiles … Continue reading

New book series: Estudios culturales críticos con perspectiva latinoamericana

Peter Lang Oxford is pleased to announce the launch of the new book series Estudios culturales críticos con perspectiva latinoamericana Series Editor: Alejandro Kaufman Estudios culturales críticos con perspectiva latinoamericana es una nueva serie que presenta temas e indagaciones con referencia a teorías culturales críticas situadas. Estas teorías han sido largamente objeto de recepción en América … Continue reading

New book series: Brazilian Studies

Peter Lang Oxford is pleased to announce the launch of the new book series Brazilian Studies Series Editor: João Cezar de Castro Rocha, Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro This book series aims to bring together two cultural traditions that shaped Brazil as an ‘imagined community’, to recall Benedict Anderson’s concept. On the one … Continue reading

New book series: Latin American Literary and Cultural Studies

Peter Lang Oxford is pleased to announce the launch of the new book series Latin American Literary and Cultural Studies Series Editor: João Cezar de Castro Rocha, Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro   Andreas Huyssen´s groundbreaking book After the Great Divide refers to the seemingly insurmountable distance between ‘high art’ and ‘mass culture’. … Continue reading

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