The Journal of Hispanic / Latino Theology is the preeminent, peer-reviewed journal for Latinx Christian scholarship in systematic, pastoral and practical theology, scriptures, ethics, religious history, and U.S. Latinx cultures. Founded in 1993, the JHLT is published by ACHTUS, the Academy of Catholic Hispanic Theologians of the United States. We showcase the work of thinkers from every religious and ethno-racial background on the religio-cultural condition of Latino/as in the United States. Our disciplinary mainstay is U.S. Latina/o theological studies — an enterprise evermore informed by transnational and trans-historical perspectives, intercultural theorization, and interdisciplinary research drawing from fields outside religious studies. The Journal publishes three to four issues annually, each comprising up to a half-dozen articles and essays, and any number of book reviews.
— Orlando Espín, Chief Editor
Current Issue: Volume 22, Number 1