European Review of Latin American and Caribbean Studies – ERLACS – has a new open access website.

Visit us at www.erlacs.org too!

 

ERLACS   Español

 

 

The long tradition of CEDLA as a centre of an information network on Latin American research in Europe is reflected in the European Review of Latin American and Caribbean Studies / Revista Europea de Estudios Latinoamericanos y del Caribe, which is published semi-annually, in April and October. The articles of ERLACS – in English and Spanish – reflect substantial empirical research and/or are theoretically innovative with respect to major debates within the fields of the social sciences. They are also subject to independent peer review. ERLACS includes book reviews and institutional news as well.

The first issue of the journal, then titled Boletín informativo sobre estudios latinoamericanos en Europa, was published in April 1965. From 1970-1973 (nos. 10-15), it was published as Boletín de Estudios Latinoamericanos. From 1974 to 1989 (nos. 16-46), ISSN 0304-2634, it was titled: Boletín de Estudios Latinoamericanos y del Caribe. In December 1989, issue 47, the journal was renamed and it has maintained its current title (European Review of Latin American and Caribbean Studies | Revista Europea de Estudios Latinoamericanos y del Caribe; ISSN 0924-0608) since then.

ERLACS is indexed by JSTOR, DOAJ, Ebsco SocINDEX, The Gale Group, Inc., ProQuest PRISMA, IBBS, IBZ, IBR, HAPI, Sociological Abstracts, Ulrich's Periodicals Directory.

Print ISSN 0924-0608
Online ISSN 1879-4750

The European Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Studies | Revista Europea de Estudios Latinoamericanos y del Caribe (ERLACS) is now an online Open Access journal with a new website: www.erlacs.org.

Subscriptions and Membership

For subscriptions, please see the subscription information and order form.
Membership in NALACS (Netherlands Association of Latin American and Caribbean Studies) and SLAS (Society for Latin American Studies in the U.K.) includes a subscription to the European Review. For more information, contact nalacs@cedla.nl.

Authors instructions

All articles are subject to independent peer review. The article will first be screened by the editorial board and then, if it is suitable for our journal, it will be sent to two impartial readers/referees who are specialized in the subject handled (peer review). Since we are dependent upon the evaluation of articles given freely by external referees for this journal, we hope that we will have their evaluation within two months. The acceptance procedure usually takes around four months. Authors wishing to submit articles for publication, please see our instructions in Spanish and English.

Index

From number 64, June 1998, ERLACS articles are available online on the INDEX PAGE. The complete archive of all ERLACS issues and its previous titles back to No. 1, April, 1965 is available online at the JSTOR digital archive.

Exchange

For information concerning exchange of ERLACS with libraries and institutions, write to the CEDLA library (back issues available).

Cooperation IISH - CEDLA

CEDLA and the Latin American Desk of the International Institute of Social History – IISH – have an agreement of cooperation for the next several years to add a new section to ERLACS in which the Desk will present a meaningful historical source in the possession of the IISG. This demonstrates the close academic and institutional ties between CEDLA and the IISH.

 

Editorial Board

Managing editor

 

Dr Barbara Hogenboom, CEDLA

Desk Editor

 

Kathleen Willingham, CEDLA

Editor

 

Dr Fábio de Castro, CEDLA

Editor

 

Prof. Gareth Jones, London School of Economics & Political Science

Editor

 

Dr Rivke Jaffe, University of Amsterdam

Editor, Book Review Editor

 

Dr. Christien Klaufus, CEDLA


International Advisory Board

 

 

Dr Miriam Alfie Cohen

 

Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana

Dr Rossana Barragán

 

International Institute of Social History

Professor Anthony Bebbington

 

Clark University

Dr Víctor Bretón Solo de Zaldívar

 

Universidad de Lleida

Dr Jessica Byron

 

University of the West Indies

Dr Marta Casaús

 

Universidad Autónoma de Madrid

Professor Javier Corrales

 

Amherst College

Professor Martin Coy

 

Universität Innsbruck

Professor Rosario Espinal

 

Temple University

Dr Bert Hoffmann

 

GIGA Institute of Latin American Studies

Christóbal Kay

 

International Institute of Social Studies

Professor Judith Adler Hellman

 

York University, Toronto

Dr Carlos Mallorquín Suzarte

 

Universidad Autónoma de Zacatecas

Professor Brian Meeks

 

University of the West Indies

Professor Dr Barbara Potthast

 

Universität zu Köln

Professor G. Eduardo Silva

 

Tulane University

Professor Kristi Anne Stølen

 

Universitetet i Oslo

Professor Isabel Yépez del Castillo

 

Université catholique de Louvain