CFP: Latinx Representation in Popular Culture and New Media (edited volume)

We’re glad to share the call for abstracts for the edited volume Latinx Representation in Popular Culture and New Media, coordinated by our editors J. Jesse Ramirez and Anna Marta Marini.
The editors invite chapter proposals from scholars based in Europe whose work delves into the issues, configurations, and manifestations of the representation of Latinxs and the Latinx experience in popular culture and new media. The aim of the volume is to collect research on the diverse soci-ocultural, contextual, and aesthetic aspects intertwining in the production of Latinx self/representation.
The volume will be submitted to the editors of Brill’s collection European Perspectives on the United States, promoted by the European Association for American Studies.

The deadline to send your abstract proposal (400-500 words) to February 1, 2021. Yet, the editors will welcome proposals of roughly 500 words and/or completed essays for consideration at any point prior to that date, offering feedback to early submissions.

Check the full CFP out!

For further information, you can write directly to AM Marini at

Cite this blog post
Editorial board (2020, November 23). CFP: Latinx Representation in Popular Culture and New Media (edited volume). PopMeC research blog. Retrieved April 19, 2024, from

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