About this Journal
- Hopscotch: A Cultural Review
Hopscotch represents an invitation to look at past and present Hispanic cultures anew, to revisit its multifaceted history and identity by reencountering its diverse roots and heritage-from indigenous peoples to European settlers, from African slaves brought during colonial times to the subsequent waves of immigration from Asia, the Middle East, and Western and Eastern Europe. The journal covers art, literature, cinema, and politics and begins to consider the many faces of Hispanics in the world today.
published byDuke University Press
Available IssuesArchived 2001
Vol. 1, no. 3 (1999); v. 2 (2000/01)