Editorial Board (Review Edtior)
The Journal of Spanish Cultural Studies is an international peer-reviewed journal that interrogates cultural production and cultural practices in or related to the nations comprised by the Spanish state. It promotes innovative theoretical and critical work at a high intellectual level that fills existing gaps in scholarship or rethinks the cultural meanings of previously studied material. Work across disciplinary boundaries is encouraged, as is work that addresses Spain’s internal cultural configuration or its relationship to broader geo-political scenarios (Iberian peninsula, Mediterranean, Europe, the Americas, Africa, etc.).
Submissions are invited on any historical period and in or across any cultural discipline, including: literary studies, performing arts, music, visual culture, film, media, intellectual history, philosophy, social analysis, history of science, psychoanalysis, cultural theory, cultural history, material culture, anthropology, religion, popular culture, mass culture, museum studies, tourism, cultural policy. All work should be theoretically informed and should engage in cultural analysis of the material studied, exploring its relationship to wider cultural issues or cultural contexts.
In addition to research articles, we welcome position papers, interviews, and review articles: proposals for these, as well as for monographic issues, should be sent to the editorial office (firstname.lastname@example.org).