About the Journal

Founded in 2003 as a refereed electronic journal seeking to stimulate socio-historical analysis of Latin American Literature and push back against the relativism present in poststructuralist thought and postmodernism, A Contracorriente soon became a journal dedicated to the larger field of Latin American Studies, while still maintaining our original theoretical position. It strives to foster intellectual debate about politics, sociology, history, literature, film, art, and culture at large in Latin America from a leftist point of view. The journal is open access and publishes in Spanish and English, three times a year: Fall, Spring, and Winter. 

Sponsored by the Department of World Languages and Cultures at NC State University, as well as the Center for the Humanities and the College of Liberal Arts at the University of New Hampshire.

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Vol. 21 No. 2 (2024): Winter 2024
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Published: 2024-02-16

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EDITORIAL A CONTRACORRIENTE ofrece una amplia gama de títulos sobre los estudios latinoamericanos y otros temas afines a nuestra revista. Todos nuestros títulos están disponibles en la mayoría de las tiendas virtuales (incluyendo Amazon y Barnes and Noble) así como a través de nuestro distribuidor The University of North Carolina Press. Para el envío de manuscritos o cualquier otra consulta relacionada con la editorial, comunicarse con Greg Dawes, Editor General (gadfll@ncsu.edu), Ana Forcinito, Editora de Literatura y Cultura (aforcini@umn.edu), o Carlos Aguirre, Editor de Historia y Ciencias Sociales (caguirre@uoregon.edu).