Historia Caribe (Caribbean
History) is published by the group of History Education and National
Identity attached to the History Program of the Faculty of Humanities of the
Universidad del Atlántico (UA).
The Universidad del Atlántico is a recognized public, departmental, research
university based in the city of Barranquilla, Atlántico, Colombia. It was
created in 1946 under the tutelage of Julio Enrique Blanco, a prominent
Colombian philosopher who started the modern philosophy in Colombia. The UA
is now the largest higher education institution by student population in the
department of Atlántico, it has three campus that offer education at
undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Its professionals have made important
contributions in the development of their country; particularly the
Colombian-Caribbean region in the fields of Education, Arts, Human Sciences,
the Natural Sciences, Architecture and Engineering. One of his most
important contributions in the field of human sciences is the dissemination
of works through the journal Historia Caribe.
Historia Caribe publishes
writings that are the result or progress of original research and that
represent a significant contribution to knowledge of the social history of
education, identity and culture in the Colombian Caribbean. Because of its
rigor and circulation, it has become the most important journal specialized
in History of the aforementioned region.
Historia Caribe covers the
historiographical debate and new trends in the discipline. It biannually
presents original and unpublished articles in Spanish, Portuguese and
English. Each paper is anonymously evaluated by an outside arbiter prior to
acceptance. LatAm-Studies holds at present online volumes from 2002 onward
and is working on getting the entire collection.
For further information, please visit:
Historia del Caribe