Definition and scope

Andrea. Estudios sobre la construcción de la identidad femenina en la literatura is an academic journal of literary studies. It is directed by Professors Santiago Sevilla Vallejo (University of Alcalá), Jesús Guzmán Mora (University of Valladolid) and Ángela Martín Pérez (University of Southern Indiana, United States of America).

It is published every six months (miscellaneous and monographic) and is a double- blind peer-reviewed journal. Among others, it publishes papers on Peninsular and Latin American literature of the 20th and 21st centuries that deal with the construction of female identity, rescue forgotten authors and analyze the work of contemporary writers. The journal is part of the International Seminar «Seminario Internacional Las desconocidas. Estudios sobre la identidad femenina en la literatura».

The entire academic community is invited to contribute. Especially, it seeks to welcome researchers who are in the early stages of their careers (doctoral students and young doctors). Proposals for the coordination of monographic and/or extraordinary issues (e.g. results of academic conferences) are also welcome for study by the editorial committee. The journal Andrea. Estudios sobre la construcción de la identidad femenina en la literatura (Studies on the construction of female identity in literature) admits originals in Spanish, English, French, Italian, Portuguese and German. The maximum length is 50,000 characters with spaces (Helvetica, 12, spacing 1.5).