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De Gruyter

De Gruyter is an international publishing house with headquarters in Berlin and branches all over the world, ranging from Boston to Beijing. As a family-owned company with a history spanning 270 years, De Gruyter Publishing House is internationally known for its humanities and social sciences program. Particularly noteworthy is our extensive network of publishing partners that began to form in 2012, with Harvard University Press as the first partner. The network continues to grow to this day, including in the Spanish-speaking world with the affiliation of Iberoamericana Vervuert in 2018.

Our well-established program in the field of Hispanic Literature and Linguistics is now actively expanding into Latin American and Area Studies, while strategically, we continue to promote open access as one of our central values since the beginning of the movement. Making open access a priority from early on has made us the largest independent academic publisher of open access books with more than 2,800 such titles available on degruyter.com. In this vein, De Gruyter fosters the circulation of knowledge linked to Latin American Studies, especially by making publications in Spanish and English possible.

If you are interested in publishing with us, we invite you to familiarize yourself with the materials about our department (available on the right side of this web page), or to contact us directly by e-mail or through the contact button on this page. We would be happy to discuss your publishing projects with you. We also cordially invite you to visit our virtual book table below and see some of our latest publications.


World Editors
Dynamics of Global Publishing and the Latin American Case between the Archive and the Digital Age (DEC 2020)
Authors: Gustavo Guerrero / Benjamin Loy / Gesine Müller (Eds.)
Language: English / Spanish
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World Literature, Cosmopolitanism, Globality
Beyond, Against, Post, Otherwise (OCT 2019)
Authors: Gesine Müller / Mariano Siskind (Eds.)
Language: English
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Manual de lingüística del hablar
(JAN 2021)
Authors: Óscar Loureda / Angela Schrott (Eds.)
Language: Spanish
Book Webpage: Click here


Manual of Brazilian Portuguese Linguistics
(OCT 2021)
Authors: Johannes Kabatek / Albert Wall (Eds.)
Language: English
Book Webpage: Click here


Address in Portuguese and Spanish
Studies in Diachrony and Diachronic Reconstruction (DEC 2020)
Authors: Martin Hummel / Célia dos Santos Lopes (Eds.)
Language: English
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Schreiben in Archipelen
Kleine Formen in post-kolonialen Kontexten (OCT 2020)
Authors: Miriam Lay Brander
Language: German
Book Webpage: Click here


Constructing Us
The First and Second Persons in Spanish Media Discourse (JUL 2019)
Authors: Miguel Aijón Oliva
Language: English
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Postcolonial Language Varieties in the Americas
(MAY 2021)
Authors: Danae Perez / Eeva Sippola (Eds.)
Language: English
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La identidad mexicana en libros escolares y narrativas
Un enfoque crítico y sociocognitivo (SEPT 2021)
Authors: Alba Nalleli García Agüero
Language: Spanish
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They say I came back Americanized
Union Relations Between Brazil and the United States During the Military Dictatorship (OCT 2021)
Authors: Larissa Rosa Corrêa
Language: English
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