We are pleased to announce that the IStReS “Who’s Who” section now includes 50 academic profiles, while the database has now expanded to include over 1600 bibliographic references.

This past year has been one of intense work, but we believe that all the dedication will help to advance the field of Iberian Studies. Connecting so many references and resources along with such a large number of experts demonstrates that our discipline continues to grow and consolidate all around the world.

We would also like to thank the members of our scientific committee, the researchers who have agreed to appear in our “Who’s who”, and those who have contributed with their knowledge and generosity to our project; we would also like to take a moment to thank all the research assistants who have worked or continue to work with us over these past two years, and who have been an essential part of our project.

We would also like to invite you to make use of the database in your research, and to continue sending us your most up-to-date bibliographic references, suggestions for creating new profiles, and news items we can publish (CfP, recent publications, etc.). If you haven’t done so, please subscribe to our news, to stay up to date with all the developments in Iberian Studies.