ISSN Online: 1940-3216
Publication Frequency: 4 issues per year
Aim & Scope:
The articles in Romance Quarterly provide insight into classic and contemporary works of literature originating in the Romance languages.The journal publishes historical and interpretative articles on Spanish, Spanish American, French, Catalan, Italian, Portuguese, and Brazilian literatures. Romance Quarterly contains critical essays and book reviews in English and in Romance languages, by scholars from universities all over the world. Romance Quarterly belongs in every department and library of Romance languages.
Subjects Covered & Scope: Currently known as Romance Quarterly (1986 - current) Formerly known as Kentucky Romance Quarterly (1967 - 1985) Kentucky Foreign Language Quarterly (1954 - 1966)
Executive Editor: Aníbal A. Biglieri
Associate Editor: Susan Larson
Honorary Editor: Brian J. Dendle
French: Jean Blacker, Stephen C. Bold, Rosalina de la Carrera, James S. Patty, Jeffrey N. Peters, Rupert T. Pickens, Murray Sachs, Cynthia Skenazi
Italian: Pier Massimo Forni
Spanish: Andrew A. Anderson, Susan de Carvalho Chumney, Nigel Dennis, Pedro Guerrero Ruiz, Stephen M. Hart, Stephen J. Miller, Anthony Percival, José M. Ruano de La Haza, Donald L. Shaw, Noël M. Valis
Portuguese: David T. Haberly
Catalan: P. Louise Johnson
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