Sinología Hispanica Included in Dialnet
The academic journal Sinología Hispanica (ISSN: 2444-832X) published by the Confucius Institute at University of Leon, Spain (XTU’S first collaborative Confucius Institute) was included in Dialnet, a key literature index in the Spanish-speaking countries and regions. XTU has contributed remarkable supports to the journal.
The journal started publication in December 2015 in response to the “Innovative Sinology Studies Program” initiated by Confucius Institute Headquarters (Hanban). It is a semi-annual journal funded by Hanban. It aims to keeps readers up to date with China’s social, cultural, and language development; enhance international cultural communication; promote Chinese language and culture; and, introduce Confucius Institute construction. Its content covers a wide range of subjects, including sinology; linguistics; culture communication; sociology; international affairs; and, economics and politics.
Sinología Hispanica provides an international academic exchange and cooperation platform for Sinology studies, and help to invigorate Sinology studies in Spanish-speaking countries and regions.
Dialnet is a largest book database in the world, and an essential tool for social science literature retrieval, covering humanities, laws, and social science. It indexes scholarly journal articles, book chapters, theses, and monographs published in Spanish. It is also a virtual library providing global repository of the Hispanic literature. Dialnet Plus includes over 5,000 journal titles and more than 2 million documents in total. The available literatures exceed 4.4 million, among which 15% are fully open to readers.