Monday, February 01, 2010

Special issue on Mexican independence/revolution

Please forward to anyone who might be interested:

The Latin Americanist, a peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary, and international Latin American Studies journal published by Wiley-Blackwell in cooperation with the South Eastern Council of Latin American Studies (SECOLAS) solicits submissions for a special issue commemorating the bicentennial of the beginning of the Mexican independence movement and the centennial of the beginning of the Mexican Revolution.  Published both in print and online, the special issue will feature some of the best new work done on these two major upheavals, as well as studies of the legacy and memory of both events in contemporary Mexico.

The co-editors of this special issue solicit submissions (complete article-length manuscripts of 20-30 double-spaced pages) in either English or Spanish by March 31, 2010.  The submissions should be formatted according to the standards of the respective discipline.  Submissions or inquiries should be sent electronically to the co-editors at and  Decisions will be made in mid-April, and the authors of the selected articles will be given two months to revise their manuscripts, if necessary.  Publication of the special issue will occur in October 2010.


The co-editors:

Jurgen Buchenau
Professor and Chair
Department of History
UNC Charlotte

Gregory Crider
Professor and Chair
Department of History
Winthrop University


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