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General guidelines

New Voices/Nuevas Voces features creative and scholarly work developed both in and out of the classroom by young Latino/a writers, artists and performers, as well as by non-Latinos interested in Latino-related issues. New Voices/Nuevas Voces publishes electronic materials that investigate or represent Latino/a issues in the U.S. New Voices/Nuevas Voces accepts submissions of student work in the the humanities and the social sciences. New Voices/Nuevas Voces also accepts submissions of creative writing, digital art, photography, audio, and video of performances that offer representations of the U.S. Latino/a community.

Materials for publication in New Voices/Nuevas voces may be cast within any theoretical framework and may come from any discipline within the humanities and social sciences. Clarity and accessibility will be important when presenting materials to an interdisciplinary audience. Therefore, the editorial board will give priority to those manuscripts that can address a broad spectrum of specialized and non-specialized readers. New Voices/Nuevas Voces accepts submissions in both Spanish and English.

Materials can be sent electronically to the editors at latino.intersections@dartmouth.edu or an electronic version can be sent on disk/CD to:

 
Douglas J. Moody
New Voices/Nuevas Voces
Department of Spanish and Portuguese
Hinman 6072
Dartmouth College
Hanover, NH 03755
USA

Authors who submit manuscripts to New Voices/Nuevas Voces are asked to follow the style sheet provided on this site.

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Latino Intersections is published by the Dartmouth College Library.
Copyright 2003 Trustees of Dartmouth College
Last updated 03-25-03
ISSN 1543-3323