Confluenze. Rivista di Studi Iberoamericani

CONFLUENZE – ISSN 2036-0967 is an online peer review journal dedicated to Latin American studies in social sciences and humanities.

CONFLUENZE is an online peer review journal dedicated to Latin American studies in social sciences and humanities.

CONFLUENZE adopts a interdisciplinary perspective through the encounter and dialogue of different approaches taking into account the several cultures of the Ibero-American worlds. Confluenze aims to contribute to advancing the Ibero-American mutual and reciprocal understanding through the production and broad dissemination of research papers in and around the fields of social sciences and humanities from a interdisciplinary point of view. The journal focuses on the Ibero-American regions, but welcomes contributions from neighbouring areas such as the Caribbean, lusophone Africa, North-America and Europe.

CONFLUENZE is indexed, among others, on Scopus, DOAJ, Dialnet, BASE, Scirus, Latindex, MLA, Ulrich's.

Contact: confluenze@unibo.it

 

Announcements

 

Call for Papers: Re-imagined archives: colonialism and decolonization in Africa and the arts of post-memory

 
The experience of Portugal and other European countries (specifically, given some historical analogies, France and Belgium) in Africa, when colonialism and capitalism mingled and profoundly marked the profile of the “short century”, is still far from full European elaboration.   
Posted: 2020-07-17 More...
 

Call for Papers: A divided Brazil. The effects of Bolsonaro’s election and government

 

Contributions, together with a summary of a maximum of 600 characters (in English and in the language of the article) and 5 keywords in both languages, must be sent by September the 30th 2020, to the Editorial Staff email confluenze@unibo.it and to Editors.

Editors: Filippo Lenzi Grillini lenzigrillini@unisi.it, Valeria Ribeiro Corossacz valeria.ribeirocorossacz@unimore.it

 

 
Posted: 2020-03-17 More...
 
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Vol 12, No 1 (2020): NARCOCULTURAS. La construcción de un imaginario entre discurso hegemónico y nuevas narrativas de la violencia


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