is month, we're showcasing our titles from the Liverpool Latin American Studies collection which, along with all the titles from the Contemporary Hispanic and Lusophone series, are included within our Open Access initiative, Opening the Future.
In this exclusive commentary, Coletta revisits the central ideas explored in her book, Decadent Modernity, discussing the bright side of modernity, analysing the complexities and contradictions of our fast-changing world and the idea of ‘Latin America’ as a geo-political region.
The Bulletin of Hispanic Studies invites proposals for its 2023 Special Issue slot. Special Issues should focus on a particular theme, time period, approach or other area of interest that falls within the remit of the Bulletin of Hispanic Studies, broadly defined as encompassing all aspects of literature, linguistics, culture, cultural history, film and visual … Continue reading
Paula Barreiro López, author of Avant-garde Art and Criticism in Francoist Spain, discusses the changing discourse in Spanish culture following the regime of Francisco Franco. LUP: Hi Paula, could you tell us a bit about the book? This book surveys the aesthetic discourse in connection with the artistic practises that decisively influenced the shaping of … Continue reading