Edited by Jon Beasley-Murray, Alberto Moreiras, and Gareth Williams
Border Hispanisms promotes scholarship concerned with how social transformations alter and renew historical understanding. It encourages sustained attention to Hispanist work on Latin America, US Latino/Border Studies, Spain, and other Spanish-speaking geographies, fostering comparative and integrative approaches in a theoretically oriented transhemispheric, transcontinental, and transatlantic vein. The series explores the critical and scholarly frontiers of Hispanist discourse through modernity and up to the present, as well as other borders, differences, and encounters in the neoliberal present. Border Hispanisms is interested in contributing to the formation and development of a critical discourse that could potentially transform the status of Hispanisms, within the Humanities and beyond.