The Latin American Journals Project was established by Tom McEnaney (former Assistant Professor of Comparative Literature at Cornell) in collaboration with Cornell University Library’s Digital Consulting & Production Services in order to provide a hub for scholars across the globe to more easily access literary and cultural journals published in the Hispanophone Caribbean and Latin America during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Many of these journals remain difficult to find in their printed form, and/or hard to access in private collections, including in many of the countries where the journals first appeared. Our ambition has been to make these journals accessible to the largest possible audience for scholarly work. Unfortunately, legal limitations have forced us to structure the site with different tiers of access. If you have suggestions for additional titles that should be made available through this site, please contact us, and we will do our best to work with you (whether as an individual or a partner institution) to do so. 

Welcome to Latin American Journals Project


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Title Country of origin Link
Amauta Peru Ibero-American Institute
Anales de la Universidad de Buenos AiresSubscription Argentina Center for Research Libraries
Anales de la Universidad de ChileCopyright Chile Hathi Trust, University of Chile
Anales del Ateneo de Costa Rica Subscription Costa Rica Center for Research Libraries
BohemiaSubscription Cuba Center for Research Libraries
Caras Y CaretasCopyright Argentina Hathi Trust
Claridad Argentina Hathi Trust
ClarinSubscription Argentina Brill Online
Colónida Peru Hathi Trust
Contemporaneos Mexico Hathi Trust
Cultura VenezolanaCopyrightSubscription Venezuela Center for Research Libraries
Diario de la marinaCopyright Cuba University of Florida Digital Collections
Diario El ImparcialCopyright Guatemala CIRMA
El GráficoSubscription Colombia Center for Research Libraries
El MosaicoSubscription Colombia Center for Research Libraries
El UniversalSubscription Mexico Newspaper Database (through CRL)
Gaceta literariaSubscription Argentina Center for Research Libraries
ImparcialSubscription Mexico Newspaper Database (through CRL)
ImpulsoSubscription Argentina Brill Online
Inicial: Revista de la Nueva Generación Argentina Hathi Trust
La HaciendaCopyright varies; North Miami, FL Hathi Trust
La Liga LiberalSubscription Argentina Center for Research Libraries
La Nueva DemocraciaSubscription Committee on Cooperation in Latin America, in NYC Center for Research Libraries
Las tres AméricasSubscription New York, USA Center for Research Libraries
Latin American Anarchist and Labour PeriodicalsCopyrightSubscription Varies Brill Online
LetrasSubscription Peru Center for Research Libraries
Lunes de Revolucion Cuba Digital Library of the Caribbean
Mercurio PeruanoSubscription Peru Newspaper Database (through CRL)
Mexico ModernoSubscription Mexico Center for Research Libraries
NosotrosCopyright Argentina Hathi Trust
Nueva EraSubscription Mexico Newspaper Database (through CRL)
Nuevos Ritos Panama Hathi Trust
Proa Argentina National Library of France
Renacimiento Cuba Ibero-American Institute
Revista ArgentinaSubscription Argentina Center for Research Libraries
Revista AzulSubscription Mexico Center for Research Libraries
Revista de Buenos AiresSubscription Argentina Center for Research Libraries
Revista de ChileSubscription Chile Center for Research Libraries
Revista de Derecho, Historia, y Letras Argentina Hathi Trust
Revista de la Universidad de HondurasCopyright Honduras Hathi Trust
Revista ModernaSubscription Mexico Center for Research Libraries, Hathi Trust
Santafe y Bogota Colombia Hathi Trust
Sur Argentina linked from CU catalog
Vida Moderna Uruguay Hathi Trust
Zig ZagCopyrightSubscription Mexico Center for Research Libraries


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Special thanks to lead graduate assistant Sam Carter for his indefatigable work identifying sources, researching journals, and cleaning digital files. Thanks also to graduate assistants Diana Hamilton, Rebecca Kosick, and Paloma Yannakakis for their help building indices in the project's initial stages.

Jaron Porciello and Mickey Casad were instrumental in enlisting the library and tracking down resources at the outset, as  Desiree Alexander was to locating journals, working with vendors, and generally seeing the project through.  Thanks also to all those in the Cornell University Library who had a hand in bringing these collections together and making them discoverable, especially Mira Basara, Caitlin Finlay, Melissa Wallace, Jenn Colt, Dianne Dietrich and Barbara Eden.

Additionally, thanks need to be given to our partners in digital libraries, most notably The Center for Research Libraries and Hathi Trust. Without this collaborative approach we would not have near the depth of resources and content currently available.