The Americas has been one of the principal journals of Latin American history since its founding in 1944. It publishes articles and reviews in history and ethnohistory about all geographical regions of the Americas and their Iberian background. Published by the Academy of American Franciscan History, the journal prides itself on presenting a range of topics and points of view, and providing a bridge between scholars of all the Americas.
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