About the Journal

Focus and Scope

EIAL, Tel Aviv University's journal of Latin American studies, focuses on all aspects of the history and culture of Latin America and the Caribbean during the 19th, 20th and 21st centuries. Every year, one of the two issues is devoted to a specific subject, which is previously announced, while the other issue comprises articles on a variety of themes. One issue is usually published in January and the other in June.


The journal is indexed in: EBSCO, GALE, REDALYC, The Hispanic American Periodicals Index (HAPI), DOAJ, HLAS, PUBLINDEX, DIALNET, PROQUEST.

Peer Review Process

Contributors should prepare their manuscripts in such a way as to ensure the anonymity of the author's identity in accordance with the blind review process.

Open Access Policy

This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.


EIAL is sponsored by Sverdlin Family (Mexico-Israel) In Memoriam of Norman Sverdlin Florman.

EIAL has published issues on subjects such as:

History and society i the Andes in the 19th and 20th centuries (Volume 15: 1)
Re-Gendering Latin America (Volume 16: 1)
Culture and Politics in Latin America in the 1960s (Volume 17: 1)
Re-Thinking Race and Ethnicity in Brazil (Volume 19: 1)
History and Translation in Latin America (Volume 21: 1)
Revolutionary Transnationalism in Historical Perspective: Militant Networks in the Americas (Volume 28: 2)
Mexico and Central America: Cold War, Diplomacy and Armed Struggle (Volume 30: 1) (original title in Spanish: Mexico and Central America: Cold War, Diplomacy and Armed Struggle)