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"Enlightened Absolutism" and Utopian Thought: Fernández de Lizardi and Reform in New Spain

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Description: Revista Canadiense p Estudios Hispánicos [RCEH] began in 1976 and it is the state publication from the Canadian Association of Hispanists. The mandate from the journal since its beginning is to become an worldwide forum in Canada for that exchange of scholarship and intellectual inquiry in Hispanic Studies along an extensive spectrum of techniques and approaches. By posting cutting-edge, high-quality, thought-invoking work by outstanding Canadian and worldwide students, the journal serves for connecting Canadian scholarship in Hispanic Studies and also the worldwide community. We goal to carry on as being a forum of excellence for scientists within the area of Hispanic Studies-culture, literature, and film‚Äìand we observe that RCEH is presently considered one of the main journals within our discipline.

Coverage: 1976-2011 (Vol. 1, No. 1 - Vol. 36, No. 1)

Moving Wall: three years

Moving Wall

The "moving wall" signifies the timeframe between your last problem obtainable in JSTOR and also the most lately released problem of the journal. Moving walls are usually symbolized in a long time. In rare instances, a writer has chosen to possess a "zero" moving wall, so their current issues can be found in JSTOR soon after publication.
Note: In calculating the moving wall, the present year isn't counted.
For instance, when the current year is 2008 along with a journal includes a 5 year moving wall, articles in the year 2002 can be found.

Terms Associated with the Moving Wall Fixed walls: Journals without any new volumes being put into the archive. Absorbed: Journals which are coupled with another title. Complete: Journals which are no more released or which have been coupled with another title.
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