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CFP [in Spanish]: Cuadernos de Historia. Serie Economía y Sociedad

CFP: Cuadernos de Historia. Serie Economía y Sociedad 

El comité editorial de la revista Cuadernos de Historia. Serie Economía y Sociedad convoca a investigadores en el área de historia argentina y latinoamericana a enviar contribuciones originales para los números 26 y 27 a publicarse en julio y diciembre de 2021 respectivamente.

Desde 1997, Cuadernos de Historia. Serie Economía y Sociedad se publica semestralmente desde el Centro de Investigaciones de la Facultad de Filosofía y Humanidades de la Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, Argentina. Esta revista es de acceso abierto. 

Las propuestas serán sometidas a referato externo, doble-ciego, y pueden estar escritas en español, portugués o inglés. 

En esta convocatoria la revista recibe tres tipos de contribuciones para su consideración:

- Convocatoria general de manuscritos originales sobre cualquier tema relativo al campo de la historia argentina y latinoamericana.

- Dossier: Propuestas para una sección especial bajo un coordinador o coordinadores, dedicada a un tema específico (abierto) dentro del campo de historia argentina o latinoamericana. Los coordinadores se comprometen a presentar al menos cinco artículos originales. Las contribuciones serán igualmente sometidas a referato externo.

- Reseñas de libros: se aceptar reseñas de libros publicados desde 2019 al presente. También se reciben reseñas críticas de obras clásicas de la historiografía cuya relectura suponga una contribución al debate académico actual.

Los interesados deben enviar sus propuestas hasta el 31 de marzo de 2021 a través de la plataforma OJS de la revista:

https://revistas.unc.edu.ar/index.php/cuadernosdehistoriaeys

Contacto: cuadernosh@ffyh.unc.edu.ar

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