Revista del CESLA. International Latin American Studies Review is a biannual (since 2018), inter- and crossdisciplinary, peer-reviewed scientific journal published (until 2017) by the Center for the Latin American Studies of the University of Warsaw and actually  –  by the University of Warsaw (Poland).

Revista del CESLA. International Latin American Studies Review was founded in 2000 by the late prof. Andrzej Dembicz, at that time Director of CESLA (Center for Latin American Studies) of the University of Warsaw. In 2017 the Center evolved into an interdisciplinary Research Group on Latin America and the Caribbean (CESLA) at the hemispheric American Studies Center of the Institute of the Americas and Europe (University of Warsaw, Poland).

The International Scientific Council of the journal is composed of world-renowned Latin Americanists representing various disciplines and fields of studies with a common interest in the Latin America region.

Revista del CESLA. International Latin American Studies Review publishes original scientific articles focusing regionally on Latin America and dealing with: cultural, social, economic and political issues, events, processes and phenomena, viewed both from historical and contemporary perspectives. We also publish books’ and articles’ reviews on Latin American topics, welcoming contributions from scholars from around the world and across the humanities and the social sciences.

In Revista del CESLA. International Latin American Studies Review the articles are published in Spanish, English or Portuguese. The evaluation process and the publication of the approved papers are free of charge.

Revista del CESLA. International Latin American Studies Review is published twice a year, in June and December.