The Bulletin of Hispanic Studies (BHS) has been published continuously from Liverpool since its foundation by Edgar Allison Peers in 1923. In 2010 (Volume 87) the Bulletin moved from 6 to 8 issues a year. It is intended that one issue each year will be a monograph.
Edited in one of the leading British University Departments of Hispanic Studies by an editorial team specializing in a wide range of Hispanic scholarship, and supported by a distinguished international Editorial Committee, BHS is the foremost journal published in Britain devoted to the languages, literatures and civilizations of Spain, Portugal and Latin America. It is recognized across the world as one of the front-ranking journals in the field of Hispanic scholarship.
The journal’s interests are broad-ranging and cover the linguistic areas of Spanish, Portuguese, Galician, Catalan, Basque and Amerindian. While contributions are mainly in the areas of literature, linguistics, cultural history, film and visual arts, cultural and gender studies, it likes to reflect and engage with all aspects of ‘Hispanic Studies’, both traditional and modern. All articles are peer-reviewed to maintain the journal’s reputation for outstanding academic quality.