About the Journal

Mission: To publish scholarship that challenges old paradigms, presents new perspectives, and advances understanding and appreciation of the Latino diaspora.

Scope & Description: Academic journal focusing on the linguistic, cultural and literary diversity of cultures in contact, especially within Latino communities in the US.  The Bilingual Review/Revista Bilingüe publishes both empirical (qualitative and quantitative) as well as creative scholarship.  The BR/RB will feature empirical research in the areas of bilingualism, applied linguistics, the social context of minority education, and ethnic scholarship.

To engage the readership with multiple forms of representation, we seek out scholarly activity expressed through the literary and visual arts. The BR/RB accepts a variety of genres including scholarly articles, short stories, poetry, literary criticism, and book reviews, in English or Spanish. 

The BR/RB does not accept previously published work or papers that do not foreground Latino communities situated in the US.  Response time to submission is 2-3 months.