About this series
Hispanic Urban Studies is a series of scholarly monographs, edited volumes, and translations focusing on Spanish, Latin American and US Latino urban culture. The humanities and the social sciences are closer in methodology than ever before. Hispanic Urban Studies serves a dual purpose: to introduce radically original humanities work to social science researchers while affirming the relevance of cultural production to discussions of the urban. This book series takes advantage of and further contributes to exciting interdisciplinary discussions between Hispanic Studies and Cultural Geography with the aim of bringing in new ideas about space, place, and culture from all parts of the Hispanic world. Monograph titles bring together analyses of the cultural production of the Hispanic world with urban and spatial theory from a range of disciplinary contexts. The series also welcomes proposals for edited volumes related to cities that contribute in creative ways to our understanding of the spatial turn in Hispanic Studies. Translations published in the series introduce English-language readers to the rich legacy of materials on urbanism, urban culture, and cultural geography originally published in Spanish.
About the series editors:Benjamin Fraser is Professor of Spanish at the University of Arizona, USA.Susan Larson is Professor of Spanish at Texas Tech University, USA.
Advisory Board:Malcolm Compitello, University of Arizona, USAMonica Degen Brunel, University, London, UKCecilia Enjuto Rangel, University of Oregon, USAAmanda Holmes, McGill University, CanadaMarcy Schwartz, Rutgers University, USAÁlvaro Sevilla Buitrago, Polytechnic University of Madrid, SpainArmando Silva, National University of Colombia, BogotáMichael Ugarte, University of Missouri, Columbia, USAVíctor Valle, California Polytechnic State University, USA