Chiricú

Latino Literature, Art, and Culture

by IU Press Journals

Published by: Indiana University Press

110 pages, 5 color illus., 4 b&w illus.

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  • Published: September 1977

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Founded in 1976, Chiricú Journal: Latino Literature, Art, and Culture (ISSN 0277-7223) is a pathbreaking multilingual journal in the field of Latino Studies. As a peer-reviewed multidisciplinary journal, Chiricú provides a unique, critical, and creative space for the examination of Latina and Latino experiences in the United States and in transnational contexts. Conceived as a venue for Latino fiction, poetry, art, and criticism, Chiricú is published in both English and Spanish as well as Portuguese, reflecting the ongoing hemispheric and transnational flows of language and cultures in the Americas. Each semiannual issue (March and September) includes academic, peer-reviewed articles, essays, and reviews and creative works including prose fiction, poetry, and visual arts.