2000 Volume 1 Number 2



Vol. 1, No. 2, August 2000


This second issue of the Delaware Review of Latin American Studies consists of two articles of literary interest--one on anthropophagy and literary logophagy in Argentina by Dr. Hugo Hortiguera, and a second on German influence in Latin American Romanticism by Dr. Alfred Wedel--and an interview of Dr. Juan Carlos Martínez, a geneticist at the University of Puerto Rico at Mayagüez, whose work in identifying the mitochondrial DNA of Puerto Ricans has served to cast doubt on some traditional beliefs concerning the fate of the Amerindian population of Puerto Rico.

We hope that these three works expand current knowledge in these subjects, and we invite your comments on the journal and its contents. We also invite Latin Americanists who work throughout the region to send us their work. We look forward to your paticipation in this scholarly venture.

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