The Journal of Iberian and Latin American Studies (JILAS), formerly Tessarae, has been continuously published since its founding 1995. During these twenty-two years, JILAS has published a host of ground-breaking articles in the most innovative areas of the field. From literary and cultural studies, to gender and film studies, including a wide range of works on both current and past Latin American and Iberian cultures and societies. The array of topics covered has been impressive. Professors Monserrat Lunati and Jordi Lario need to be credited for their professionalism and hard work which has made JILAS a crucial reference point in these areas of study for the Ibero-American world.

From January 2016, a new Editorial Team has been in place which is committed to focusing the scope of JILAS towards their own areas of expertise: historical and cultural studies with a sound historical grounding.

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