Journal Information

  • ISSN: 1090-8714
  • Frequency: Annual

Description

Laberinto Journal is a peer-edited, electronic journal dedicated to the exploration of Hispanic literature and culture from the early modern period. It is sponsored by the Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies (ACMRS) and is affiliated with the Spanish Section at the School of International Letters and Cultures, Arizona State University in Tempe, Arizona.

With a transoceanic perspective, Laberinto seeks interdisciplinary works that focus on a variety of literary and cultural texts and themes. Articles that focus on marginalized authors and figures, world-wide cultural interactions, African Diaspora Studies, Indigenous Studies, Asian Studies, Women and Gender Studies, Queer Studies, and Colonial and Postcolonial Studies are especially welcome.

Laberinto also seeks submissions that analyze visual arts in relation to the early modern period. Areas of particular interest include painting, architecture, maps, book illustration and illumination, film, videos, gaming, photography, and websites. Pedagogical articles of substance are also welcome, especially regarding Digital Humanities or Digital Storytelling. Submissions should be complete articles with works cited.

Laberinto accepts submissions (5,000 to 10,000 words in a Word document) in Spanish, English, and Portuguese, which follow the latest MLA format and conform to the journal Style Guide (found online under Submissions and Call for Papers). To ensure blind peer review, the author’s name should not appear anywhere in the manuscript. Instead, the author’s name, affiliation, and contact information should be presented in a cover sheet.

Please send your manuscript for consideration in an email directed to Juan Pablo Gil-Oslé (jgilosle@asu.edu) and Daniel Holcombe (daniel.holcombe@gcsu.edu).

Submissions and Call for Papers

OPEN CALL FOR PAPERS

Laberinto Journal (ISSN: 1090-8714) is a peer-edited, electronic journal dedicated to the exploration of Hispanic literature and culture from the early modern period. It is sponsored by the Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies (ACMRS) and is affiliated with the Spanish Section at the School of International Letters and Cultures, Arizona State University in Tempe, Arizona.

In addition to occasional special-topic editions, Laberinto accepts unpublished academic article submissions on an ongoing basis. With a transoceanic perspective, Laberinto seeks interdisciplinary works that focus on a variety of literary and cultural texts and themes. Articles that focus on marginalized authors and figures, world-wide cultural interactions, African Diaspora Studies, Indigenous Studies, Asian Studies, Women and Gender Studies, Queer Studies, and Colonial and Postcolonial Studies, among others, are especially welcome.

Laberinto also seeks submissions that analyze visual arts in relation to the early modern period. Areas of particular interest include painting, architecture, maps, book illustration and illumination, film, videos, gaming, photography, and websites. Pedagogical articles of substance are also welcome, especially regarding Digital Humanities or Digital Storytelling. Submissions should be complete articles with works cited.

Submissions should be between 5,000 and 10,000 words, in Spanish, English, or Portuguese, and conform to the latest MLA format and the journal Style Guide (found online under Submissions and Call for Papers). To ensure blind peer review, the author’s name should not appear anywhere in the document, including notes and Works Cited.

Please send your manuscripts for consideration to both Juan Pablo Gil-Osle at jgilosle@asu.edu and Daniel Holcombe at daniel.holcombe@gcsu.edu via email in a Word document.

Laberinto Journal is published annually.

For book review inquiries, please email Drs. Gil-Oslé and Holcombe.

Download CFP in PDF format


Click to download Style Guide


Laberinto Journal is indexed in the MLA International Bibliography, ITER bibliography, and the Open Journal System (hosted by the University of Toronto Libraries).

Editors

Editors

Juan Pablo Gil-Osle
William Daniel Holcombe
Maria José Domínguez, Editorial Assistant


Editorial Board

Frederick De Armas
Anne J. Cruz
Marina Brownlee
Bruce R. Burningham
Enrique García Santo-Tomás
Barbara Simerka
Julio Vélez Sainz
Lisa Voigt
Steven Wagschal


Founders

Barbara Simerka
Christopher B. Weimer
James T. Abraham

Contact

For Subscriptions and all other journal business (e.g. advertisements):

Editor
Juan Pablo Gil-Osle
Email: gilosle1@gmail.com
School of International Letters and Cultures
851 S. Cady Mall
PO Box 870202
Tempe, AZ 85287-0202

For book review submissions:
Book Review Editor
Daniel Holcombe
Email: daniel.holcombe@gcsu.edu
Georgia College & State University
Department of World Languages and Cultures
Campus Box 046
Milledgeville, GA 31061

Editor Assistant
María José Domínguez
Email: mdoming3@asu.edu
Arizona State University
School of International Letters & Cultures
College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
PO Box 870202
Tempe, AZ 85287-0202

Published Volumes

Click a volume below for the Table of Contents and links to download past volumes of Laberinto Journal


Volume 1 | Volume 2 | Volume 3 | Volume 4 | Volume 5 | Volume 6 | Volume 7 | Volume 8 | Volume 9 | Volume 10 | Volume 11 | Volume 12 | Volume 13 | Volume 14