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From its creation in 1898, the scientific journal “Bulletin Hispanique” — a real institution in the French and international Hispanic Studies — didn’t stop developing by adapting to the always renewed horizons of research, while maintaining the high level of demand and knowledge which its prestigious founders and successive editors forced it to. The journal publishes two issues a year, to a total amount of some 800 pages. Most of the articles are written in Spanish and French, some in one of the languages of the Iberian Peninsula, more seldom in English or Italian. Its volumes of Varia widely open on Iberian as well as Iberoamerican spaces, regardless of times, fields or methodology : history, civilization, language and linguistics, literature and topical questions.
Since 1998, the “Bulletin Hispanique” has been publishing monograph Special Issues, coordinated by French or foreign specialists, covering on the one hand the “Literary Institution” in Spain, on the other hand sets of themes on the move : poetics, narrative Studies, translation Studies, contemporary history.
The journal publishes reviews on books as well as a list of received books. It is referenced in HCERES, ERIH, SCOPUS and WOS-AHCI.

With the support of the University of Bordeaux Montaigne.

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