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New publication – Hybrid Storyspaces

The journal Hispanic Issues Online recently published a thematic edition on ‘Hybrid Storyspaces: Redefining the Critical Enterprise in Twenty-First Century Hispanic Literature’, edited by Debra Castillo and Christine Henseler. The collection is one outcome of a conference of the same name held at Cornell University in 2010, at which Latamcyber members presented papers. The journal edition includes articles by two members of the Latamcyber group: Claire Taylor’s ‘Post-Digital Remixes and Carnavalesque Relinkings: Eduardo Navas’s Goobalization’, and Tori Holmes’s ‘The Travelling Texts of Local Content: Following Content Creation, Communication and Dissemination via Internet Platforms in a Brazilian Favela’. The journal is open access and articles in the thematic edition are available for download here.

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