Chiricu Journal


Chiricú Journal: Latina/o Literatures, Arts, and Cultures is a peer-reviewed humanities journal that provides a critical as well as creative space for Latina/o scholarship and cultural expression. Conceived as a venue for fiction, poetry, art, and criticism, Chiricú Journal highlights  transnational flows of language and culture in the Americas, and accepts submissions in English, Spanish, or Portuguese. Published in the fall and spring, each issue features peer-reviewed academic articles, critical essays, scholarly reviews of books and films, and creative works, including prose fiction, poetry, and visual arts.


Journal Details

  • Frequency: semiannually (March, September)
  • ISSN: 0277-7223
  • eISSN: 2472-4521
  • Keywords: Arts & Culture, Cultural Identity, Cultural Studies, Hispanics, International Politics, International Studies, Languages, Latin American Culture, Political Identity, Popular Culture
  • First Issue: Volume 1, number 1 (1976)

Additional Information

Editorial Details

Editorial Office Contact Information
Chiricú Journal - Latino Studies Program
Indiana University
Ballantine Hall 542
Bloomington, IN

  • John Nieto-Phillips, History, Indiana University
Editorial Associate
  • Cristóbal Garza González, Spanish & Portuguese, Indiana University
Editorial Board
  • Anke Birkenmaier, Spanish & Portuguese, Indiana University
  • Deborah Cohn, Spanish & Portuguese, Indiana University
  • Serafín Coronel-Molina, Literacy, Culture, & Language Education, Indiana University
  • R. Andrés Guzmán, Spanish & Portuguese, Indiana University
  • Vivian Halloran, English & American Studies, Indiana University
  • Joshua Malitsky, Communication & Culture, Indiana University
  • Sylvia Martinez, Educational Leadership & Policy Studies, Indiana University
  • Mintzi Martínez-Rivera, Latino Studies, Indiana University
  • Luciana Namorato, Spanish & Portuguese, Indiana University
  • Jonathan Risner, Spanish & Portuguese, Indiana University
  • Alberto Varón, English, Indiana University
Advisory Board
  • Rolena Adorno, Yale University
  • Lalo Alcaraz, Artist, Cartoonist, Writer
  • Frances Aparicio, Northwestern University
  • Giannina Braschi, Author
  • Denise Chávez, Author
  • Cristina García, Author
  • María Herrera Sobek, UC Santa Barbara
  • Manuel M. Martín-Rodríguez, University of California, Merced
  • Manuel Martínez, The Ohio State University
  • John McDowell, Indiana University
  • Gabriel Meléndez, University of New Mexico
  • Danny Méndez, Michigan State University
  • Gustavo Pérez-Firmat, Columbia University

Submission Info

For online article submissions, please visit Chiricú Journal online.

Abstract & Index

  • EBSCOhost: Chicano Database
  • EBSCOhost: MLA International Bibliography (Modern Language Association), coverage dropped
  • Gale: Academic OneFile
  • Gale: MLA International Bibliography (Modern Language Association), coverage dropped
  • ProQuest: MLA International Bibliography (Modern Language Association), coverage dropped