The Hispanic Institute Between the Wars (Digital Exhibit)

In 1920 Federico de Onís along with other academics established the Hispanic Institute for Latin American & Iberian Cultures at Columbia University (initially named the Instituto de las Españas) with the intent to disseminate research on Iberian and Latin American cultures in all their manifestations and to promote academic and social events that showcase new […]

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Open Access in Latin America and Spain

Latin America and Spain are at the forefront of open access (OA) publishing. This may come as a surprise to the uninitiated, but Latin America and Spain have a long history of open access publishing and, in fact, Brazil’s Scientific Electronic Library Online (SciELO) and Spain’s DIALNET rank as the top two portals in the […]

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