Call for Papers for 16/2023

Issue 16 | 2023:

"Italian Mafias and Media in Latin America" |  n. 16/2023

Coordinated by: María Soledad Balsas  (CONICET-UNLaM, Argentina) and Marcello Ravveduto (Università di Salerno, Italia)

Submissions Deadline: September 30, 2022

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Call for Papers for 15/2022

Número especial:

"¡O abre alas! Chiquinha Gonzaga, primera directora popular de Brasil" |  n. 15/2022

Coordinated by: Wandrei Braga e Maria Teresa Madeira

ANNOUNCEMENT: in response to some requests, the final deadline of paper submission for this Call for Papers has been extended until 15 July 2022.

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ISSN: 2531-9884 (online) 

"Comparative Cultural Studies-European and Latin American Perspectives" is an international peer-reviewed journal for research and interpretation concerning issues of cultural diversity, migrations, gender, ethnicity and social class in European and Latin American societies. The journal publishes articles from around the world, providing a distinctive link between scholars living and working in Europe and Latin America, reinforced by the double coordination assured by the University of Florence, Italy, and the University of Coahuila, Mexico. The interdisciplinary dimension includes cultural and social anthropology, history, European and Latin American literature, sociology, psycho-pedagogical studies, economic and political sciences, communication, geography and international relations. The Journal is a biannual electronic publication of free access.
Giovanna Campani, Università di Firenze, Italy
Francesco Gervasi, Universidad Autónoma de Coahuila, Mexico

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