Cuadernos de Literatura is a biannual journal published since 1995 by the Department of Literature at Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Bogotá. The journal is a scientific journal specialized in print and digital format and appears regularly and timely in January and July each year.
Cuadernos de Literatura receives and accepts only articles in Spanish, unpublished and original, they can be research results that include an introduction, methods, results and conclusions; articles of reflection whose research results are addressed from an analytical, interpretative or critical perspective by the author; review articles showing results, systematization and advances in the field of study and demonstrate a careful and thorough review of the literature, and Spanish translations of classic or current texts and texts of particular interest in the field of magazine publishing.
The editorial line of Cuadernos de Literatura focuses primarily on the critical, theoretical and historical analysis of literature, with emphasis on Latin American and Caribbean literatures. The journal will encourage the publication of articles and essays that focus on the review and analysis of issues, problems and methods in the field of Latin American and Caribbean literary and cultural studies in order to establish innovative theoretical and historical insights about literature and the subcontinental culture.
Cuadernos de Literatura will provide in each of its numbers a variety of subjects and, therefore, will include articles from different fields of thought and research within Latin American and Caribbean literary and cultural studies .Thus, the journal aims to maintain a continuous dialogue with such fields and their discussion and research interests. Cuadernos de Literatura will include thematic dossiers which will timely analyze research topics and issues on Latin America and the Caribbean from a theoretical, critical and historiographical perspective. The journal also has a section dedicated to the publication of stories, poems, chronicles and tales aiming at spreading the aesthetic creation of new voices in the subcontinental literary scene.