Chiricú Journal: Latina/o Literatures, Arts, and Cultures is a peer-reviewed, twice-yearly publication of Indiana University Press. Launched in 2016, we publish multidisciplinary scholarship and creative works, as well as book, film, and art reviews. We welcome submissions in English, Spanish, Portuguese, and Indigenous languages. Our full-color pages showcase the complex lives of individuals and communities in US and the Western Hemisphere. We believe that new scholarship, placed in conversation with works of art, fiction, and poetry, offers a rich and complex view into the human condition.

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Chiricú Journal: Latina/o Literatures, Arts, and Cultures
Spring 2020

DEADLINE: September 15, 2019

Chiricú Journal invites scholarly and creative work illuminating any aspect of Latinx lived experience. Special consideration will be given to work dealing with human migration, asylum, refuge, exile, and human rights in the Americas and other global contexts. A selection of works will be featured in a special section on “Migration and the Art of Survival,” edited by Professor Leonardo Tonus (Sorbonne Université). We welcome new scholarship, original works of art, poetry, fiction, non-fiction essays, and interviews—in English, Spanish, Portuguese, or Indigenous languages. Questions: