Camino Real Award The Camino Real Award was introduced in 2012, coinciding with the 25th anniversary of the establishment of the Institute (1987), to recognize the professional work of Spaniards who prominently and exemplary project and enhance the positive image of Spain in the United States. Read more >
Spanish Migration to the United States, 1880-1940 The main objective of this project is to study the Spanish migration to the United States between 1880 and 1940 from the exploitation of the microdata from the United States censuses carried out between these dates. This data has recently been digitalized and harmonized by the University of Minnesota. Read More >
Francisco Sáez de Adana, nuevo director del Instituto Franklin-UAH En las elecciones celebradas el pasado jueves 25 de abril de 2019, el Consejo Académico del Instituto Franklin-UAH eligió por unanimidad al Dr. Francisco Sáez de Adana Herrero, catedrático del Departamento de Ciencias de la Computación de la Universidad de Alcalá, como nuevo director del Instituto Franklin-UAH. Leer más >

Camino Real Journal

Camino Real Nº3 - 20,00


Camino Real Nº3


CAMINO REAL. Estudios de las hispanidades norteamericanas is a peer- reviewed and multidisciplinary publication of the Instituto Franklin- Universidad de Alcalá. The journal is published twice a year, spring and fall. It is divided in four sections (Critical Articles, Interviews, Reviews and Creative Writing) and includes articles that reflect the different sensibilities and peculiarities of the Hispanic world in the United States, including artistic, political, economic, sociological, cultural, literary, and historical perspective.

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  • Stephen Colston. “Celluloid Conquistadors: Images of the Conquest of Mexico in Captain from Castile (1947)”. (11-33).
  • Thomas Hallock. “Think Globally, Dig Locally: Pedagogy and the Archive in Early Florida Literature”. (35-58).
  • Ramona Hernández y Utku Sezgin. “Second Generation Dominicans and the Question of a Transnational Identity: Myths and Realities”. (59-87).
  • Salvador Larrúa. “La batalla de Bloody Marsh: Una victoria de la Florida española durante la guerra de la oreja de Jenkins”. (89-105).
  • Margarita López López. “Descentralización del texto maestro mediante la resemantización en The Memories of Ana Calderónde Graciela Limón”. (107-130).


  • José A. Gurpegui. “Interview with Antonio Flores”. (133-139).


  • Carlos Morton. “Frontera Sin Fin”(143-162).
    Santiago Vaquera- Vázquez. “Paracetamol”. (163-169).
  • Mayte Rueda. “A bell tolls for the children of Beslan”. (171-172).


  • Manuel M. Martín-Rodríguez. “Recuerdo-Homenaje a Don Luis Leal”. (175-177).


  • Frank P. Barajas.”Ramón A. Gutiérrez and Patricia Zavella, eds. Mexicans in California: Transformation and Challenges.Urbana: University of Illinois, 2009. 255 pp”.
    Magdalena L. Barrera. “Isabel Molina-Guzmán. Dangerous Curves: Latina Bodies in the Media. New York: New York University Press, 2010. 255 pp.”
  • María Eugenia Cotera. “John Moran González. Border Renaissance: The Texas Centennial and the Emergence of Mexican American Literature. Austin: University of Texas Press, 2009. 275 pp.”
    John Escobedo. “Michael Soldatenko. Chicano Studies: The Genesis of a Discipline. Tucson: The University of Arizona Press, 2009. 304 pp.”
    Héctor Fernández L’Hoest. “María Elena Cepeda. Musical ImagiNation: U.S.-Colombian Identity and the Latin Music Boom. New York: New York University Press, 2010. 255 pp.”
  • Michelle Johnson Vel. “Raphael Dalleo and Elena Machado Sáez. The Latino/a Canon and the Emergence of Post-Sixties Literature. New York: Palgrave MacMillan, 2007. 205 pp.”
  • Sarah M. Misemer. “Deborah Paredez. Selenidad: Selena, Latinos, and the Performance of Memory. Durham and London: Duke University Press, 2009. 259 pp.” Print version.
  • Travis D. Sorenson. “John M. Lipski. Varieties of Spanish in the United States. Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press, 2008. 303 pp.”
  • Joseph M. Viera.”Jorge J. E. Gracia, Lynette M. F. Bosch, and Isabel Alvarez Borland, eds. Identity, Memory, and Diaspora: Voices of Cuban-American Artists, Writers, and Philosophers. Albany: State University of New York Press, 2008. 284 pp.”
  • José Pablo Villalobos.”Richard T. Rodríguez. Next of Kin: The Family in Chicano/a Cultural Politics. Durham: Duke University Press, 2009. 256 pp.”

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