Diálogo is an interdisciplinary studies, blind refereed journal published since 1996 (and biannually since 2012) by the Center for Latino Research at DePaul University in Chicago. Diálogo seeks research articles of regional and national contexts with focus on diverse Latin American and U.S. Latino populations and experiences, recent immigration and places of origin, including Indigenous experience. We welcome submissions throughout the year: articles that help bridge barriers between academic and local communities, book and film/media reviews, and interviews pertinent to Latino communities in the U.S., the Caribbean, and Latin America. Published in Spring and Fall, often calls are issued for special themes.
Diálogo is citation-indexed in Ulrich's Periodicals Directory and other databases, full-text indexed in the MLA International Bibliography, and soon in Project Muse database. Issues older than five years from publication are available in Open Access on Digital Commons at DePaul University.
In January 2016, at the MLA Convention in Austin, Texas, Diálogo was honored with the Phoenix Award for 2015 by the Council of Editors of Learned Journals (CELJ), for revitalization/transformation, both editorial and design, of a journal within the last three years.