CATALAN REVIEW

Catalan Review was launched in 1986, eight years after the founding of the North American Catalan Society in 1978. CR is an international journal devoted to Catalan studies. Under the auspices of the NACS, the first issue of the journal, edited by Manuel Duran and Josep Roca-Pons, came out in June 1986.

CR publishes one/two issues per year containing research articles, translations, and book reviews covering all aspects of Catalan culture. The editors and editorial board welcome a broad range of theoretical and critical approaches, and are committed to presenting the work of talented young
scholars breaking new ground in the field. CR publishes articles in English or Catalan, and all articles published in the journal are peer-reviewed. Catalan Review is indexed in Scopus, MLA, and REGESTA IMPERII.

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THE NEXT ISSUE OF THE CATALAN REVIEW (NUM. 34) WILL BE PUBLISHED IN JULY, 2020

 

Editors

Editorial Board

THE NEXT ISSUE OF THE CATALAN REVIEW (NUM. 34) WILL BE PUBLISHED IN JULY, 2020

 

 

JOAN COROMINES & THE «CATALAN REVIEW»:

TWO NORTH AMERICAN COMMEMORATIONS
(BARCELONA, NEW YORK & CHICAGO)

Launched in June 1986, Catalan Review –the journal published by the North American Catalan Society–  commemorated its 20th anniversary with the publication of a monographic issue in homage to the poet J.V. Foix entitled Barcelona and Modernity with professor Brad Epps (Harvard University) as guest editor. The issue (XVIII: 1-2) was presented in Barcelona, New York, and Chicago.

Joan Coromines with a sheperd man at Arcavell (Alt Urgell).

JOAN COROMINES & THE «CATALAN REVIEW»:

TWO NORTH AMERICAN COMMEMORATIONS
(BARCELONA, NEW YORK & CHICAGO)

Launched in June 1986, Catalan Review –the journal published by the North American Catalan Society–  commemorated its 20th anniversary with the publication of a monographic issue in homage to the poet J.V. Foix entitled Barcelona and Modernity with professor Brad Epps (Harvard University) as guest editor. The issue (XVIII: 1-2) was presented in Barcelona, New York, and Chicago.

Joan Coromines with a sheperd man at Arcavell (Alt Urgell).

*21.2 (2007), 22 (2008) Digital format not available.

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