A new series from the University of Toronto Press, focuses on all aspects of Latin American literature, history, and culture from the colonial period to the present day. We welcome proposals for original scholarly monographs, edited collections, translations of important works, and critical editions of primary sources with scholarly commentary. The aim of this series is to publish dynamic, cutting-edge research that explores Latin American cultural production through an interdisciplinary and theoretical lens.
Series Editors: SUSAN ANTEBI, Department of Spanish & Portuguese, University of Toronto, NÉSTOR E. RODRÍGUEZ, Department of Spanish & Portuguese, University of Toronto
Editorial Advisory Board: CARLOS J. ALONSO, Department of Latin American and Iberian Cultures, Columbia University SANTA ARIAS, Department of Spanish & Portuguese, The University of Kansas KIM BEAUCHESNE, Department of French, Hispanic & Italian Studies, University of British Columbia HÉCTOR DOMÍNGUEZ-RUVALCABA, Department of Spanish & Portuguese, The University of Texas at Austin ANÍBAL GONZÁLEZ-PÉREZ, Department of Spanish and Portuguese, Yale University JORGE GUERRERO, Department of Modern Languages and Literatures, University of Ottawa BETH JÖRGENSEN, Department of Modern Languages and Cultures, University of Rochester EMILY MAGUIRE, Department of Spanish & Portuguese, Northwestern University KERSTIN OLOFF, Department of Hispanic Studies, Durham University