Iberoamericana – Nordic Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Studies is an ideal platform for the dissemination of empirical research findings, theoretical discussions and policy-oriented contributions that address Latin America and the Caribbean from the perspectives of the social sciences and humanities. The journal welcomes contributions on a wide range of themes, such as political systems, democracy, gender, conflict, social policies, economic development, regional integration, social movements and indigenous peoples, environment and society, disasters and policy responses, war and urban security, public health, migrations, human rights, organized crime, religions and religiosities.
The scope of the journal is also wide in terms of time and space. Iberoamericana welcomes manuscripts on contemporary as well as historical issues, topics and perspectives that address either the regions as a whole, or their local, national and/or trans-national dimensions. In terms of languages, the journal is open to submissions in Spanish, Portuguese and English.
Although the Journal has a focus in promoting Nordic research on Latin American and the Caribbean, we are also open to contributions of scholars from all parts of the world. Iberoamericana should be regarded as a platform of knowledge and exchange to foster and promote high quality research on the region.
The Journal is published online in a continuous basis throughout the year. Articles are made available online as soon as they are accepted by the Editorial Committee.