Entrehojas: Revista de Estudios Hispánicos, launched in 2010, is a virtual, heterogeneous, and open access journal edited by graduate students from the department of Modern Languages and Literature at Western University. The online journal is published annually, and includes previously unpublished articles, interviews and book reviews in the fields of literature and linguistics written by graduate students.

Our objective is to facilitate and promote the construction of the academic communities and networks that strengthen the dialogue between graduate students on a national and international level. While we welcome submissions that fall within the established academic traditions, Entrehojas encourages the submission of manuscripts that reflect new and innovative approaches to research within the humanities.

The Call for papers for the 2017-2018 issue of Entrehojas will be available in Fall 2017.

For articles from the previous issues and further information please visit:  http://ir.lib.uwo.ca/entrehojas/


Editorial board 2016-2017


Vivian Milliken Linguistics and Digital Humanities, Western University
Ayelet Ishai, Literature, Western University

Associate Editors: Linguistics

Diana Fernandez, Western University

Associate Editors: Literature

Ana Boller, Western University
Sergio Zapata, Western University

Associate Editor: Digital Humanities

Yadiar Lizama, Western University

Academic advisors

Dr. Joyce Bruhn de Garavito , Western University
Dr. Victoria Wolff, Western University 

External advisor

Dr. Ewelina Barski, State University of New York College at Brockport
Dr. José Antonio Giménez Micó , Concordia University

Call for Peer Reviewers:

Entrehojas  is looking for graduate students to volunteer as reviewers  in the disciplines  of Hispanic Literature, Cultural Studies, Digital Humanities, and Linguistics. Reviewers can be assigned in both English and Spanish.

If you would like to participate as a peer reviewer for Entrehojas  please send an E-mail  to the Editors at entrehojas.editors@gmail.com