Tag: Hispanic Culture Review

New volume available!

The editorial team of Hispanic Culture Review is pleased to announce that the Fall 2010-Spring 2011 volume of the bilingual journal is available starting today in George Mason University’s (GMU) Student Media office. The academic magazine is free for GMU’s students. Readers can purchase the journal for $7 by writing to hcr@gmu.edu or hcr.gmu@gmail.com. Subscriptions …

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Celebrating and Remembering the Dead

This mixed media composition entitled “Celebrating and Remembering the Dead” was designed in Adobe Photoshop, shaded with colored pencil and later painted with gold leaf paint. The artist, Genine C. Geissler, dedicated the piece to the memory of her brother Matthew. By Genine C. Geissler George Mason University, Virginia I grew up in Laredo, Texas, …

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New call for papers

This year Hispanic Culture Review (HCR) commemorates 20 years of publication! The academic magazine will publish original and unpublished pieces related to the celebration of Hispanic heritage. HCR features essays, brief narratives, visual art, and poetry in both English and Spanish. For more information, visit the Call for papers section of our blog.