About Centro Publications
Centro Publications engage in the fields of Puerto Rican, Latino, and American Studies. By taking advantage of our vast archival resources and connections in the Puerto Rican community, we disseminate crucial information about the Puerto Rican experience and contribution to the political, economic, and social cultures of the United States.
The CENTRO Journal is the leading peer-reviewed academic journal dedicated to the field of Puerto Rican Studies. The journal—now in its 28th year of publication—publishes the latest work from scholars in a wide range of academic traditions, in order to enhance and advance the field of Puerto Rican Studies.
CENTRO Journal is published three times a year (Spring, Summer and Fall) and a yearly subscription includes all issues.
Centro Press publishes work by researchers, collections of essays resulting from conferences, and other products.
Centro Voices e-Magazine
Centro Voices e-Magazine covers current affairs, history, arts and culture with articles by and for members of our community.