“Hispanic Journal”

The Hispanic Journal is a double-blind, peer-reviewed journal, and it is published twice annually. It is sponsored by the Department of Foreign Languages at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Its purpose is to publish research and criticism of the highest quality in the areas of Spanish, Catalan, Galician, Basque, and Luso-Brazilian literature, culture, and film, and the linguistics of the aforementioned languages. We also publish interviews and book reviews concerning subjects that fall among the disciplines covered by the journal. Please see the list of books suggested for review on our website.

HJ Updates


Volumen 43.1 Spring 2022 at the printing service now, will be out soon. Stay tune.


Every work submitted to the journal undergoes a rigorous evaluation process. The process commences with a recommendation from a member of our editorial board. The work is then evaluated by a member of the advisory board who has expertise in the area addressed by the submission. Finally, the editor reads the work to make the final recommendation. The study may be written in Spanish, English of Portuguese. The Hispanic Journal invites submissions of unpublished studies only.