SANTA CRUZ, Calif.
— A new cultural geography magazine is being published in Spanish.
The Spanish-language cultural history magazine is now in print and online for the first time in Spanish and will feature a mix of new and traditional topics, according to a release from the publisher, Spanish Culture.
The magazine will feature stories that include:• “Spanish history, culture, geography and society from the colonial to the contemporary.”• “From the dawn of the Spanish empire to the modern day.”• An introduction to the Spanish language and culture.
The cover of the new issue, published May 17, 2018, by Spanish CultureMagazine.
Spanish CultureMagazine/FacebookThe magazine also includes articles about the country’s indigenous people, such as:• Stories about Spanish culture, history, and geography from indigenous peoples, including the Maya and Zapotecs, and the Indigenous peoples of Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Peru and Uruguay.• Stories by indigenous artists, historians, anthropologists and others about Spanish history and culture, as well as from the indigenous people of Bolivia and Colombia.• An interview with one of Spain’s most famous indigenous musicians, Francisco Lopez, and a portrait of his father, a Spanish painter.