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Since its first issue in 1987, the journal has proven to be one of Centro’s most important links to the public. A multidisciplinary, bilingual, refereed publication that welcomes scholarly articles in the humanities and the social and natural sciences, as well as interpretive essays, interviews, fiction, reviews and art. CENTRO Journal is published twice a year (spring and fall) and a yearly subscription includes both issues.
Tititle: SPECIAL ISSUE: Untendered eyes: Literary Politics of Julia de Burgos
Guest Editor / Editora invitada: Lena Burgos Lafuente
Table of Contents
Introducción - Lena Burgos Lafuente
Julia de plata - Lilliana Ramos Collado
La noche prisionera: el diario de Julia de Burgos - Oscar Montero
El delito de Julia, la outsider - Áurea María Sotomayor
Between Dissidence and Good Neighbor Diplomacy: Reading Julia de Burgos with the FBI - Harris Feinsod
Living the Political: Julia de Burgos and Lolita Lebrón - Jossianna Arroyo
Weaving National and Gender Politics: A Transatlantic Reading of Rosalía de Castro’s and Julia de Burgos’s Poetic Projects - Cecilia Enjuto Rangel
Distancia, lejanía: la poesía de Julia de Burgos - Ivette López
La intensa soledad de la supervivencia: El mar y tú - Ronald Mendoza-de Jesús
es yo misma borrando las riberas del mar: Teoría de la imagen (archipiélago) en Julia de Burgos - Juan Carlos Quintero-Herencia
Posted by Obdulia Báez Félix on 31st May 2018
I, Obdulia Báez Félix from Puerto Rico cursing my Ph.D. In Caribbean and puertorican literature at the Centro de estudios avansados de Puerto Rico y el caribe have found this edition of Centro journal of the center of puertorican studies very relevant, pertinent and informative in respect to my investigation of Julia de Burgos.
Posted by Rafael Ortiz-Sanoguet on 7th Mar 2017
I have yet to meet a Puerto Rican who doesn't know who is Julia de Burgos; however, other than the famous "Río Grande de Loíza..." very few people outside of academia know much about her or her poetry. Granted that Centro Journal is an academic journal, the articles are an excellent path towards getting to know Julia. But I think that if Julia was alive she would probably find a way of reaching the masses, that after all are who really matter.