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” Miradas is an academic peer-reviewed journal, which is published twice a year. The journal aims to be a platform for issues related to the history of the Iberian and Ibero-American art while promoting scientific exchange between German, Hispanic and Lusitanian art and cultural historians. To allow for the different scientific traditions and to ensure mutual reception, it is multilingual.
As its name suggests, Miradas is inviting to consider, contemplate and approach the issues of the rich cultural history of the Iberian Peninsula an the so called New World from multiple points of view. The rubrics of the journal allow to present and discuss new subjects, as well as to remember known ones.
Not least Miradas should give visibility to the Iberian and Ibero-American Art History at the Institute of European Art History at Heidelberg University. The editorial team is integrated by art historians from Heidelberg, Mexico and the Iberian Peninsula. “