Journals, Modern Languages

From 1923 to 2023: 100 Years of the Bulletin of Hispanic Studies

This year the Bulletin of Hispanic Studies reaches 100 years of the journal’s existence. To mark this centenary year, general editors Claire Taylor (Bulletin of Hispanic Studies) and Diana Cullell (Bulletin of Contemporary Hispanic Studies) take us back to 1923 and through the Bulletin's illustrious history as the first journal in Hispanism published in the UK. To celebrate this milestone birthday a selection of articles from the Bulletin of Hispanic Studies (BHS) archive and the first issue of Bulletin of Contemporary Hispanic Studies (BCHS) will be available free to read for a limited time.

Journals, Poetry, Uncategorized

Spotlight on Poetry: free to read articles from across our journals

As part of our Spotlight on Poetry, enjoy free access to a selection of articles from across our journals, available throughout May 2021.

Journals, News

Liverpool University Press to publish the Bulletin of Contemporary Hispanic Studies from 2019

Liverpool University Press is delighted to announce it will be publishing the Bulletin of Contemporary Hispanic Studies from 2019. The Bulletin of Contemporary Hispanic Studies (BHCS) is an exciting new development building on the long-standing success of the Bulletin of Hispanic Studies, founded by Edgar Allison Peers in 1923. The BCHS will focus on contemporary scholarship across all areas of the Hispanic … Continue reading