About the Journal
The Revista de Estudios Hispánicos an internationally recognized, peer-reviewed journal that publishes original manuscripts in all areas of Hispanic literatures, cultures, and film, including essays on theoretical and interdisciplinary topics.
Issues of the journal from 2012 to the present are available on Project Muse. Managed by the Johns Hopkins University Press, Project Muse’s online database provides full-text access to heavily indexed and peer-reviewed journals in the fields of social sciences and the humanities. For subscription information through Project Muse, please click here. The REH will also continue to be available in print form through Washington University.
Tomo LII, Número 3, octubre 2018
Daniel Aguirre Oteiza, In Exile From Exile: The Ethics of Uprootedness and Marginal Cosmopolitanism in the Poetry of Tomás Segovia
Lorena Cuya, Madness and Migration: Broken Geographies in Peruvian Cinema
David Colbert Goicoa, Space, Identity, and Ocean Crossings in Uribe’s Bilbao-New York-Bilbao
Rafael Acosta Morales, Taming Heroes: Deep Time, Affect, and Economies of Honor and Glory in Contemporary Mexico
Federico Fridman, The Remnants of the Poets’ Brotherhood: Octavio Paz, Poetry, Theory, and the Question of Community
Melisa Stocco, Self-Translation as a Taypi ch’ixi: Discontent and Resistance in Four Mapuche Poets
Jason Youngkeit, Antinomias porteñas contemporáneas y su representación novelesca: El muchacho de los senos de gomapor Sylvia Iparraguirre
Erik Larson, Being and Text: Piglia’s Nombre falso as Literary Noir
Amy Parziale, Counter-Archives of Trauma in Cristina García’s Monkey Hunting
David Dalton, Treating Indigeneity: Medicine and Racial Privilege in Rosario Castellanos’s “La rueda del hambriento” and “El don rechazado”
Stephen D. Gingerich, Prefatory Conventions and Invention: Rereading Borges’s Prologue to La invención de Morel