Tamesis Books

Tamesis Books is a leading academic imprint specialising in studies of the culture, literature, film, history and social sciences of the Hispanic and Lusophone worlds.

Founded in 1963, Tamesis is an integral part of Boydell & Brewer, one of the few remaining independent academic publishers in the UK and now employee-owned.

Commissioning Editor: Dr Megan Milan

Editorial Board:

Andrew M. Beresford, Durham University; Zoltán Biedermann, University College London; Celia Cussen, Universidad de Chile; Stephen M. Hart, University College London; Efraín Kristal, University of California, Los Angeles; Jo Labanyi, New York University; María E. López, London Metropolitan University; José Antonio Mazzotti, Tufts University; Thea Pitman, University of Leeds; Julius Ruiz, University of Edinburgh; Alison Sinclair, University of Cambridge; Isabel Torres, Queen’s University Belfast; Noël Valis, Yale University

Tamesis Books Series

Fuentes para la historia del Teatro en España
Icons of the Luso-Hispanic World
Monografías
Research Bibliographies and Checklists
Research Bibliographies and Checklists: new series
Tamesis Books Companion Series
Tamesis Studies in Popular and Digital Cultures
Textos
Violence in the Hispanic and Lusophone Worlds

Information for prospective authors
Information for current authors

New Releases


A Companion to Javier Marías

by David K Herzberger

Gender Violence in Twenty-First-Century Latin American Women's Writing

by María Encarnación López and Stephen M Hart

Federico García Lorca

by Federico Bonaddio

A Companion to Calderón de la Barca

Edited by Roy Norton and Jonathan W Thacker

Imagining Latin America

by Nicola Jones