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Inti: Revista de literatura hispánica was founded by Roger B. Carmosino (Foreign Language Studies Department) in November 1974 at the University of Connecticut, Storrs, USA. Since then, and without interruption, Inti has been publishing the results of academic research in all areas of Latin American and Spanish Peninsular letters. It has also been a vehicle for creative writing from the Hispanic world.

The online edition of Inti (Inti Archive) through Digital Commons, Providence College, provides back issues of the journal in a freely available edition. Beginning with the very first issue, back issues of Inti are being digitized and added on a regular basis (issues 1-22 to date). An additional complementary website, Inti Web, has been developed as a promotion and marketing tool for current (subscription-based) issues with content highlights and contributor spotlights, including multimedia.

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