Modern Languages Archive: 81 volumes of Bulletin of Hispanic Studies (1923-2004) have now been added

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Dear list members,
 
Liverpool University Press is delighted to announce the addition of Bulletin of Hispanic Studies to the Modern Languages Archive.
 
81 volumes of Bulletin of Hispanic Studies (1923–2004) have been added to the archive, joining archive volumes from Australian Journal of French Studies, Catalan Review, Contemporary French Civilization, Journal of Romance Studies and Québec Studies. Over 7,000 articles of leading peer-reviewed research in Hispanic studies are available to your library as a one-off purchase, with access in perpetuity and no online hosting fees, as part of the Modern Languages Archive.
 
Bulletin of Hispanic Studies:
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 following articles are now included in the Archive:
 
A Diary of the Civil War, Volume 14, Issue 56 (1937):  https://www.liverpooluniversitypress.co.uk/journals/article/23742/
 
Lope through the looking-glass: metaphor and meaning in "El castigo sin venganza", by Janet Horowitz Murray, Volume 56, Issue 1 (1979): https://www.liverpooluniversitypress.co.uk/journals/article/27085/
 
Documents of the Civil War-II, Volume 14, Issue 53 (1937): https://www.liverpooluniversitypress.co.uk/journals/article/37558/
 
Communities of Imagination: Transcending Space, Time and Nationalism in England, Spain and the New America, by Simon Doubleday, Volume 78, Issue 4 (2001): https://www.liverpooluniversitypress.co.uk/journals/article/35072/
 
Modern Languages Archive:
The Modern Languages Archive is a collection of leading academic journal research published in French Studies, Hispanic Studies, Romance Studies, and Language Policy.
 
Offering content from 1923–2004, the Archive is available for one-off purchase with online access in perpetuity and no online hosting fees.
 
What are the benefits to your library?
  • Comprehensive: The Modern Languages Archive brings content from a range of perspectives in the world of Modern Languages, including linguistics, culture, literature, performing and visual arts, media, gender studies, social sciences and anthropology.
  • Variety: The Archive includes research articles, translations, and book reviews, and provides a stimulating interdisciplinary forum for scholars.
  • Enriched features: Our new journals platform includes access to our super-fast, feature-rich eReader. It allows individual users to highlight text, add bookmarks, add/download citations, add/download notes and mark favourites.
  • Continuous access: 24/7 access in perpetuity
  • Digitally preserved: All content is digitally preserved in the CLOCKSS Archive
 
2022 Pricing:
The Archive is available as a one-off purchase for £1,428 / US$1,764, with online access in perpetuity and no online hosting fees.
 
How do I order?
Please contact our subscriptions team at subscriptions@liverpool.ac.uk.