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LASA 2016



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journal of the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese (AATSP), invites the submission of original, unpublished manuscripts on applied linguistics, cultural studies, culture, film, language, linguistics, literary criticism, literature, and pedagogy having to do with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.








March 2016 (99.1)

The Editors of Hispania invite you to read the March issue (99.1) in print format and online. Learn about behind the scenes at the journal in Sheri Spaine Long’s Editor’s Message and in Managing Editor Jennifer Brady’s Guest Column. From the six articles in the Linguistics, Language Science, and Pedagogy section readers will take home tips that they can incorporate immediately in their courses. Have you been considering adding graded readers to your curriculum or changing how reading proficiency is accomplished in your classes? If so, you will enjoy reading Collentine’s, Rodrigo’s, and Sparks and Patton’s articles. The Literatures and Cultures section of the issue boasts six articles on Early Modern Spanish theater, immigration in textual representations in Spain in the 1990s, modernity in Débora by Ecuadorian author Pablo Palacios, modernism in Brazil and Portugal, the power of interpretation in one of Luisa Valenzuela’s short stories, and trauma in films about the Spanish Civil War directed by Guillermo del Toro. Book/Media Review Editor Domnita Dumitrescu has compiled eighteen book and media reviews for the issue on a wide variety of topics in language, culture, pedagogy, and fiction. Not to be missed is Manel Lacorte’s review of Perspectives in the Study of Spanish Language Variation: Papers in Honor of Carmen Silva-Corvalán (ed. Enrique-Arias et al.), a special anthology honoring Professor Silva-Corvalán’s dedication to scholarship on language variation in bilingual communities.


 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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