The Glossary on Iberian Con­nec­tions intends to be a pow­erful the­o­retical space for thought and debate. In the guise of some medieval glosses, that con­sti­tuted full-fledged the­o­retical, con­ceptual, or philo­sophical essays in the physical margins of books, this glossary wants to be free, cre­ative, and, at the same time, a long dia­logue crossing periods, ideas, and dis­ci­plines. Like those glosses, Iberian Con­nec­tions glosses do not need to be the last word on any­thing —maybe the first word about some­thing, maybe the moment in which a problem, a word, a concept, a nagging idea is put in words for the first time, or for the first time after a long silence.

Con­sid­ering those simple char­ac­ter­istics, you can submit your gloss to be con­sidered for pub­li­cation on this website. Own your style, lead the way to think about some­thing, and be as critical and cre­ative as you can.

Some glosses that are cur­rently underwork deal with impro­vi­sation and a cri­tique of mul­ti­cul­tur­alisms. Sug­ges­tions for writing your gloss are included in the section “How to Con­tribute to Iberian Con­nec­tions”. Remember that these are, indeed, sug­ges­tions, and that you may (and probably should) make changes or propose other ideas.