The aim of this resource is to provide an extensive list of journals that publish articles on the diverse interests encompassed by H-Portugal.
The list is in alphabetic order. The content for each journal is listed below and the titles link to each journal’s websites.
To recommend a journal please write to the H-Portugal editors: editorial-Portugal@mail.h-net.msu.edu
Os Anais de História de Além-Mar (AHAM) são uma revista científica de periodicidade anual, publicada pelo CHAM - Centro de História d’Aquém e d’Além Mar (FCSH, Universidade NOVA de Lisboa, Universidade dos Açores) e referenciada e indexada em bases de dados internacionais.
Foram fundados em 2000, por Artur Teodoro de Matos, com o objectivo principal de divulgar trabalhos académicos originais e relevantes sobre a expansão portuguesa, desde as primeiras «grandes navegações» (século XV) até ao final do «Império Ultramarino» (século XX), no seu enquadramento histórico, contemplando a comparação com fenómenos paralelos e as articulações entre as histórias e as sociedades dos espaços envolvidos. Apesar de a maioria dos artigos publicados focar a realidade portuguesa, os AHAM estão abertos à submissão de artigos sobre outras regiões, especialmente quando contenham visões inovadoras de uma perspectiva comparativa e analítica.
Os AHAM acolhem propostas de publicação de artigos originais, documentos/fontes inéditas, recensões críticas e notícias, em português, espanhol, francês, inglês e italiano. Aceitam, igualmente, propostas de dossiers de carácter temático.
Brasil/Brazil is a journal specializing in Brazilian literature, including comparative literature with a Brazilian focus. It publishes scholarly essays, original fiction and poetry by Brazilian authors, and translations of Brazilian works. Brasil/Brazil is jointly published by the Department of Portuguese and Brazilian Studies at Brown University and the Associação Cultural Acervo Literário de Erico Verissimo (ALEV) in Porto Alegre, Brazil.
Brasiliana – Journal for Brazilian Studies of Aarhus University intends to be a dynamic academic forum where scholars from diverse disciplines in Humanities and Social Sciences will be able to publish their research, to establish academic discussion, exchange ideas and draw on each others’ research within the field of Brazilian Studies.
This journal has a significant role to play at this moment, when Brazilian Studies is developing as a new research area. It sets out to discuss the epistemological significance of the term Brazilian Studies and seeks to define it as an area of studies. To Danish academia this journal provides a solid platform in Brazilian Studies, both in Humanities and the Social Sciences, and it places Denmark firmly on the international map of ongoing academic discussions of Brazil.
Each issue includes a special dossier, with 3 to 5 peer reviewed papers on aspects of Brazil from the perspective of Humanities and Social Sciences. These dossiers are interdisciplinary and bring subjects that are considered important to lay the foundations for academic discussions about Brazil. Besides the Dossier, each issue has a general section, with up to 3 peer reviewed papers, on the areas covered by the Journal e.g. Brazilian Literature, culture, sociology, economy, anthropology, music, language, history, geography, political science, strategy, etc. Special attention is given to the Book Reviews section, covering most recent and important academic publications about Brazil worldwide. Finally, the Journal includes a section dedicated to publishing call for conference papers, news about courses and seminars, as well as interviews with people important to the development of Brazilian Studies.
The journal will publish papers in English, Danish, Spanish and Portuguese language.
Since its founding by Edgar Allison Peers in 1923, Bulletin of Hispanic Studies has become the foremost British academic journal devoted to the languages, literatures and civilizations of Spain, Portugal and Latin America. Recognised across the world as one of the front-ranking journals in the field of Hispanic research, it is supported by an editorial committee specialising in a vast range of Hispanic scholarship.
The journal’s interests are broad-ranging and cover the linguistic areas of Spanish, Portuguese, Galician, Catalan, Basque and Amerindian. While BHS mainly publishes articles in the areas of literature, linguistics, cultural history, film and visual arts, cultural and gender studies, this wide-ranging Spanish studies journal encourages reflection and engagement with all aspects of Hispanic Studies, both modern and traditional.
As of 2016, Bulletin of Hispanic Studies will be moving to 10 issues a year.
Bulletin of Hispanic Studies is indexed and abstracted in:
Arts and Humanities Citation Index
Current Contents/Arts & Humanities
The Bulletin of Portuguese / Japanese Studies, launched in December 2000, is an interdisciplinary journal of humanities and social sciences published in English. The BPJS was created as a result of the development of historiographical studies on the Portuguese presence in East and South-East Asia, and particularly in Japan. Throughout these fifteen years of activity and after publishing twenty-one volumes, scholars and students interested in the numerous aspects related to Portuguese-Japanese relations referred to the BPJS as a container of new ideas, approaches, and reliable historical research. At the same time, the BPJS has been considered an important venue for publications in the fields of political, social and religious history, but also the fields of anthropology, sociology, the visual arts and the conservation of objects.
The first series of the BPJS was published in print with a semi-annual periodicity, which was maintained until its 21st volume. However, the adaptation to new academic contexts and (inter)disciplinary frameworks, to new and ever-improving criteria of scientific production, as well as the urge to meet new profiles of academic research eventually determined a new outline for the BPJS.
The Bulletin will now start a second series, in digital format and in open access (online), publishing only one number per year. With this new format we hope to explore new approaches and subjects even more deeply and widely, and to meet the needs and the interest of even a larger number of scholars and students all over the world.
BSPHS is the journal of the Association for Spanish and Portuguese Historical Studies (ASPHS; formerly SSPHS). The Association was founded in 1969 to promote research in all aspects and epochs of Iberian history and related disciplines. ASPHS conducts annual meetings, provides a forum for scholars of Iberian affairs, awards prizes for books, articles and dissertations, and publishes annually the Bulletin for Spanish and Portuguese Historical Studies. As an affiliated society of the American Historical Association, ASPHS also sponsors sessions at the AHA's yearly meeting.
Founded at Liverpool in 1923 by the influential British Hispanist E. Allison Peers, the Bulletin of Spanish Studies is a learned review dedicated to research into the languages, literatures, histories, cultures and civilizations of Spain, Portugal and Latin America. Also known as theBulletin of Hispanic Studies (1949–2001), the Bulletin of Spanish Studies soon established a world-wide reputation, and is now recognised as one of the front-ranking journals in the field of Hispanic scholarship. The Bulletin publishes articles and reviews, as well as some full-length studies and reference-works, on almost any and all aspects and topics concerned with Spain, Portugal and Latin America.
The articles, review-articles, reviews and other longer works published in the Bulletin deal with an impressive number of different authors, works, themes, genres and periods, researching both the Old and the New Worlds of Hispanic cultures and civilizations. In addition, the Bulletin is currently extending further its already wide-ranging interests by publishing regularly special issues wholly dedicated to Hispanic Visual Studies.
This peer-reviewed journal disseminates documentation conserved in the Arquivo Municipal de Lisboa.
Colonial Latin American Review (CLAR) is a unique interdisciplinary journal devoted to the study of the colonial period in Latin America. The journal was created in 1992, in response to the growing scholarly interest in colonial themes related to the Quincentenary.
CLAR offers a critical forum where scholars can exchange ideas, revise traditional areas of inquiry and chart new directions of research. With the conviction that this dialogue will enrich the emerging field of Latin American colonial studies, CLAR offers a variety of scholarly approaches and formats, including articles, debates, review-essays and book reviews. These contributions not only reflect the latest research on different aspects of colonial Latin America, but also point to new critical directions shared by art, history, anthropology, literature and other disciplines.
The journal is also committed to fostering an international network of colonial scholars and invites contributions in English, Spanish and Portuguese. Studies done from a comparative perspective or that engage broad thematic issues are particularly welcome
e-Humanista is an international scientific peer-reviewed journal founded in 1999 and devoted to the study and analysis of the culture and literature of the Iberian Peninsula from the Middle Ages to the 18th century.
The e-Journal of Portuguese History (e-JPH) was founded in 2002 by the editors who also hold the copyright of the journal. The journal is published in English twice a year (June and December), only in electronic format. The first issue of e-JPH appeared in Summer 2003. The e-JPH is a peer reviewed international journal. Its main objective is to provide publication of scholarly work on historical subjects, especially those concerning themes and topics of Portuguese
history analyzed in comparative perspective. Historically oriented contributions from the different social sciences are also welcome. It is furthermore the aim of the journal to offer new insights on developments in Portuguese historiography, as well as to provide news and information on research activities concerning Portuguese history.
The ethos of e-JPH is a pluralist one. It does not subscribe to any particular ideological, theoretical or methodological approach. The editors of e-JPH aim at publishing quality, blind refereed articles covering any period within any sub-field of historical research.
Contributions to e-JPH will be considered for the following sections.
- Articles All papers submitted are first screened by the editors and subject to a blind refereeing process
- Surveys and Debates This section includes commissioned contributions on selected topics providing new insights and controversy on recent historiographical developments
- Institutions and Research It is the purpose of this section to provide critical assessment and appraisal of scholarly work and research undertaken in both Portuguese and non-Portuguese institutions.
- Book Reviews The editors of the journal encourage and welcome the contribution of reviews of books published in any language on Portuguese history.
International and Portuguese publishers are kindly invited to send books for review to the mailing address of the journal.
Entrepalavras é a Revista de Linguística do Departamento de Letras Vernáculas da Universidade Federal do Ceará (UFC) é um periódico acadêmico-científico dedicado a divulgar trabalhos originais e inéditos de interesse da Linguística, de caráter teórico ou aplicado, produzidos por graduandos, graduados e pós-graduados de universidades nacionais ou estrangeiras. Aceita artigos originais, relatos de experiência, resenhas e traduções de interesse da área de Linguística, de caráter teórico ou aplicado, em subáreas como Teoria e Análise Linguística, Linguística Aplicada, Linguística Histórica, Sociolinguística e Dialetologia, Linguística Textual, Análise do Discurso, Semiótica Discursiva, Psicolinguística, Aquisição da Linguagem, Linguística Cognitiva, Lexicografia e Lexicologia, Semântica, Pragmática. Serão aceitos trabalhos apresentados em eventos, desde que não tenham sido publicados na íntegra em Anais.
Hispanic Research Journal (HRJ) promotes and disseminates research into the cultures of the Iberian Peninsula and Latin America, from the Middle Ages to the present day. The fields covered include literature and literary theory, cultural history and cultural studies, language and linguistics, and film and theatre studies. Hispanic Research Journal publishes articles in four languages; Spanish, Portuguese, Catalan, and English, and encourages and interaction between researchers all over the world who are working in these fields.
The InterDISCIPLINARY Journal of Portuguese Diaspora Studies (IJPDS) is published annually in the fall. Also part of this academic journal is the publication of special thematic issues that engage with aspects of Portuguese diaspora studies, both traditional and modern. The hallmark of research today is interdisciplinary, bringing insights from a variety of disciplines. Drawing upon this inquiry, IJPDS fosters research on the Portuguese diaspora, past and present, from multidisciplinary, comparative, and global perspectives within thematic areas that embrace the Humanities and the Social Sciences. IJPDS welcomes submissions of original works not under consideration elsewhere, and in any of the following languages, English, Portuguese, Spanish or French.
International Journal of Iberian Studies is published in partnership with the Association for Contemporary Iberian Studies
The International Journal of Iberian Studies (IJIS) is a double-blind peer-reviewed academic journal for scholars from around the world whose research focuses on contemporary Spain and Portugal from a range of disciplinary perspectives. IJIS is interested in history (20th century onwards), government and politics; foreign policy and international relations.
The Journal of Lusophone Studies is the official journal of the American Portuguese Studies Association. It is peer-reviewed and published twice a year. Each spring, we publish a special issue on a specific theme, and each autumn we publish a general issue. In keeping with the founding principles of APSA, the Journal of Lusophone Studies strives to foster the expansion and diffusion of knowledge on the peoples and cultures of Portuguese-speaking countries and diasporas. It achieves this by publishing the scholarly work of APSA members.
The journal’s commitment to open access is an extension of APSA’s founding principles. It shows our support for the accelerated discovery of information through the unrestricted sharing of ideas, and it allows us to increase public enrichment through the free presentation of cutting-edge research on the languages, peoples, and cultures of countries where Portuguese is spoken.
The Journal of Medieval Iberian Studies ( JMIS ) is a new interdisciplinary journal for innovative scholarship on the multiple languages, cultures, and historical processes of the Iberian Peninsula, and the zones with which it was in contact. Recognizing the vitality of debates about change in the fourth and fifth centuries, and conscious of the artificiality of the boundaries associated with 1492, we encourage submission of all innovative scholarship of interest to the community of medievalists and Iberianists.
JMI , which aims to bring theoretically informed approaches into creative contact with more empirically minded scholarship, encompasses archaeology, art and architecture, music, philosophy and religious studies, as well as history, codicology, manuscript studies and the multiple Arabic, Latin, Romance, and Hebrew linguistic and literary traditions of Iberia. We welcome work that engages peninsular Iberia in relation to other parts of the ‘post-classical’ world; which explores links of colonization and exchange with the Maghreb, embraces the study of Occitania, addresses Iberia’s presence in the Mediterranean, or adopts a transatlantic or Latin American frame. We also encourage interdisciplinary work combining radically different forms of sources or theoretical proposals, and ‘unconventional’ types of submissions including brief opinion pieces or archival reports, individual or clustered interviews with prominent scholars, audio clips, ‘podcasts’, and video files.
Devoted to historical analysis from a global point of view, the Journal of World History features a range of comparative and cross-cultural scholarship and encourages research on forces that work their influences across cultures and civilizations. Themes examined include large-scale population movements and economic fluctuations; cross-cultural transfers of technology; the spread of infectious diseases; long distance trade; and the spread of religious faiths, ideas, and ideals.
Published by: University of Hawai'i Press
In 2015, the Luso-Brazilian Review marks 50 years of continued publication as a biannual, interdisciplinary journal dedicated to stimulating and disseminating research on the Portuguese-speaking world. Founded in 1964 by Professor Alberto Machado da Rosa and published by the University of Wisconsin Press, the Luso-Brazilian Review has been edited or co-edited by professors from the University of Wisconsin Department of Spanish and Portuguese since its inception. Over the five decades of its publication, the LBR has benefited from the collaboration a wide range of well-known scholars from throughout the world. It currently enjoys a reputation as the foremost interdisciplinary publication in the field of Luso-Brazilian Studies in the U.S., and one of the journals with the longest uninterrupted publishing history.
As the current editors of the LBR have continued the practice of seeking to include a variety of topics and critical approaches, the journal has become a key venue for the publication of in-depth studies of the various national cultures of the Portuguese-speaking world. It also has become an important resource for the continued reassessment of the role played by language, literature, geography and history in a world that is increasingly, yet unevenly, globalized and transnational. Portuguese is the official language of eight countries on four different continents and the LBR regularly includes articles authored by national and international scholars whose teaching and research center on the networks that link these countries. The editors are dedicated to maintaining open discussions regarding the models and methodologies will best lead to new modes of production of knowledge about the Lusophone world.
A Revista Medievalista online publica originais sob a forma de artigos, comunicações em congressos, cartas ao Director, recensões e estados de arte sobre estudos medievais. São aceites textos de qualquer área disciplinar, de larga abrangência temática, desde que incidam sobre a Idade Média. A política editorial da Medievalista online é alternar entre números com artigos diversos, e números especializados, que versem sobre um tema em particular.
Medievalista is a scholarly e-journal publishing original texts as research articles, congress papers, letters to the director, book reviews, and bibliographical and historiographical essays on Medieval Studies. Manuscripts from every discipline and thematic area will be accepted for review, providing that their focus is on the Middle Ages.
The Medievalista editorial policy intends to alternate between issues with articles of several areas of interest among medieval studies, and thematic issues on a particular medieval topic.
A n interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed online journal that publishes original research related to the literatures and cultures of the diverse communities of the Portuguese-speaking world from a broad range of academic, critical and theoretical approaches.
Scholarly contributions are invited on all subjects within the fields of the literature, culture, and history of Portugal, Brazil and the Portuguese-speaking countries of Africa.
The PSR is an international academic forum for the study of countries, regions, communities, and institutions sharing, exploring, transforming, or developing a Portuguese, Brazilian, or other Luso-related heritage.
Part of a study programme undertaken in collaboration with the Seminário Livre de História das Ideias (Centro de Humanidades (CHAM), the Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal and the Fundação Mário Soares.
The articles in Romance Quarterly provide insight into classic and contemporary works of literature originating in the Romance languages. The journal publishes historical and interpretative articles on Spanish, Spanish American, French, Catalan, Italian, Portuguese, and Brazilian literatures. Romance Quarterly contains critical essays and book reviews in English and in Romance languages, by scholars from universities all over the world. Romance Quarterly belongs in every department and library of Romance languages.
Editors: Dr Sujit Sivasundaram University of Cambridge, UK , Professor Phil Withington University of Sheffield, UK and Dr Andrew Arsan St John's College|University of Cambridge
The Historical Journal continues to publish papers on all aspects of British, European, and world history since the fifteenth century. The best contemporary scholarship is represented. Contributions come from all parts of the world. The journal aims to publish some thirty-five articles and communications each year and to review recent historical literature, mainly in the form of historiographical reviews and review articles. The journal provides a forum for younger scholars making a distinguished debut as well as publishing the work of historians of established reputation.