In 1999, we posted the first volume of eHumanista, a peer-reviewed ejournal with articles on Spanish and Portuguese Medieval and Early Modern Literatures and Cultures. Today, eHumanista publishes a few volumes a year and has partnered with editors and scholars to create three new journals: eHumanista/IVITRA, eHumanista/Cervantes, and eHumanista/Conversos.
In addition to the journals, we also serve as a distributor of monographs and scholarly editions of texts and manuscripts; see Publications of eHumanista. We recently added a new series called eHumanista/Minorías eBooks.
Antonio Cortijo Ocaña and Erin M. Rebhan founded and direct eHumanista.
ISSN 1540 5877
Copyright Policy: eHumanista does not charge fees for submission or publication of articles. The content of eHumanista is licensed under the Creative Commons BY. It can be shared and distributed in any format. It can be adapted, transformed and created under the following conditions: Acknowledgement: Authorship must be clearly stated and a link the original text and to this license must be provided, expressly indicating if changes have been made.
Open Access: This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.
Recent web stats: Over 31,000 unique visitors visit eHumanista every day; over the course of a year, the number of visitors approaches 12 million.
eHumanista publishes 3 volumes per year. eHumanista/IVITRA publishes 2 volumes per year. eHumanista/Cervantes and eHumanista/Conversos publish 1 volume per year.