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CFP: 2017 LSA Linguistic Institute


Hispania, the official journal of the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese (AATSP), invites the submission of original, unpublished manuscripts on applied linguistics, cultural studies, culture, film, language, linguistics, literary criticism, literature, and pedagogy having to do with Spanish and Portuguese. Throughout Hispania's history since its founding in 1917, it has published scholarly articles and reviews that are judged to be of interest to specialists in the discipline(s) as well as to a diverse readership of teachers of Spanish and Portuguese.

Hispania was recently ranked as one of the top high-impact journals in Latin American Studies! Click here to view the list.








2017 Centenary Issue


In recognition of the centenary of Hispania, we are pleased to announce the forthcoming publication of a special Centenary Issue titled “Visionary Essays: The Future of Spanish and Portuguese.”

This Centenary Issue will provide readers of the journal with overview essays and accompanying rejoinders that offer both a succinct historical perspective and a forward-thinking vision of the future of particular segments of our field. It will contain more than 80 voices from educators at all teaching levels throughout the globe. 

All content will be available Open Access and in print in December 2017. Starting in September 2017, select materials will be pre-published along with forum boards to commence a global discussion on the future of Spanish and Portuguese that will continue throughout the year and into the future.


June 2016 (99.2)

The Editors of
Hispania invite you to read the June issue (99.2) in print format and online. Associate Editor David Knutson penned an editorial about online dissertations lists, their history with AATSP and the many uses they offer. Half of the ten articles of this issue propose valuable classroom ideas. From how to incorporate Ecuadorian street art into undergraduate university classes to specific tasks for Spanish business courses, these five articles offer something for instructors of high school and university levels. The issue also boasts articles on Jô Soares, Brazilian cinema, Pedro Almodóvar, and Uruguayan children’s literature, and 18 book/media reviews, curated by Editor Domnita Dumitrescu. The Book/Media Review section compiles a variety of noteworthy items, including Manuel Díaz-Campos’s review of editors Rafael A. Nuñez Cedeño, Sonia Colina, and Travis Bradley’s Fonología generativa contemporánea de la lengua española.



Hispania is available to active AATSP members in print and electronic formats and to individuals-at-large through Project MUSEJSTOR, and libraries worldwide. Questions regarding institutional subscriptions should be sent directly to Robert White-Goodman ( at the Johns Hopkins University Press. Please send inquiries about individual subscriptions to the AATSP National Office (     





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