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The Afro-Hispanic Review, a bilingual journal of Afro-Hispanic literature and culture, is published by the Department of Spanish and Portuguese at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee USA. The new editor of the Review invites submissions of unpublished studies pertaining to the literature, history, and culture of the African presence and influence in the Hispanic world. The editor also welcomes interdisciplinary work, book reviews, translations, creative writings, and relevant developments, of the highest quality, as they relate to Afro-Hispanic experience.
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