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Portuguese Studies Review

Author : Comissão Nacional para as Comemorações dos Descobrimentos Pourtugueses
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Portuguese Studies Review Vol 17 No 2

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This issue of the Portuguese Studies Review groups essays by Martin Malcolm Elbl, Robert A. Kenedy, Diego Santos Vieira de Jesus and Verônica Daminelli Fernandes, Marney P. Cereda, Olivier F. Vilpoux, and Elizabeth M. Silva, Marília Conforto, and Marcia Eliane Alves de Souza e Mello. The topics covered range from Islamic fortifications in Tangier before the Portuguese colonization to studies of identity in Portugal and Brazil, migrations in the Mato Grosso, nineteenth-century travel iconography of the Rio Grande do Sul, and justice and the Junta Geral das Missões. The issue also includes a collective identity study of Portuguese-Canadian lesbian-gay-transgendered community groups in Toronto, Canada.

Portuguese Studies Review

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Genre : Africa, Portuguese-speaking
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Portuguese Studies Review Vol 12 No 2

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This issue of the Portuguese Studies Review features essays by José D’Assunção Barros, George Bryan Souza, Lorraine White, Stefan Halikowski-Smith, José Mauricio Saldanha Álvarez, Francisco Carlos Palomanes Martinho, Carlos Cordeiro and Artur Boavida Madeira†, Vanessa Ribeiro Simon Cavalcanti, Marzia Grassi, Suzy Casimiro, and Douglas Wheeler. The topics range from Galego-Portuguese troubadour poetry in the thirteenth century to Portuguese colonial administration and the Indian Ocean trade, lineage histories of sixteenth- to seventeenth-century noble families involved in imperial administrative service, (re)interpretive synopses of the Portuguese overseas expansion, art as political theater in colonial Brazil, Vargas and labour policy in Brazil in terms of multiple transitions from traditionalism to modernity, the beginnings of Azorean immigration to Canada, human rights and women's rights in Brazil, local markets in Cape Verde, Portuguese immigration to Australia, and the military historiography of Portuguese-influenced Africa.

Portuguese Studies Review Vol 16 No 2

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This issue of the Portuguese Studies Review presents essays by Glenn J. Ames, N. Shyam Bhat, Sim Yong Huei, Maria Cristina Moreira and Sérgio Veludo, Ana Mónica Fonseca and Daniel Marcos, Reinaldo Francisco Silva, Filipa Fernandes, and Robert Simon. The topics covered range from colonial Christian proselytization to the political interaction between Portuguese Goa and the Karnataka, war and diplomacy in the Estado da India (1707-1750), Portuguese military uniforms in the nineteenth century, perceptions of the United States through immigrant eyes, French and German military support for Portugal in 1958-1968, the politics of water supply, and the poetics of Herberto Helder.

Portuguese Studies Review Vol 16 No 1

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This issue of the Portuguese Studies Review presents essays by Teresa Medeiros, Ermelindo Peixoto, José Tavares, Joaquim Ferreira, Leandro Almeida, and Maria Pacheco, Aurora A. Castro Teixeira and Maria de Fátima Rocha, Suzana Nunes Caldeira and Isabel M. C. Estrela Rego, Paulo S. Polanah, Michel Cahen, Douglas L. Wheeler, and Moisés Silva Fernandes. The topics covered range from studies of learning and cognitive development among Portuguese students, to the modelling of human capital stock modulated by the quality of an educational system, critical assessments of school discipline in a Portuguese context, the colonial discourse and Portuguese national identity (1930-1945), forced labor in Portuguese Africa, Macao in Sino-Portuguese relations, and anti-colonial discourses in Mozambique.

Portuguese Studies Review Vol 18 No 2

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This issue of the Portuguese Studies Review groups essays by João de Figueirôa-Rêgo, Gerhard Seibert, Jeremy Ball, Rui Graça Feijó, Maria do Céu Pinto, Vanessa Ribeiro Simon Cavalcanti and Antonio Carlos da Silva, Robert Simon, and Harold B. Johnson. The topics covered range from social networks and the granting of offices in the context of the Holy Office and the Mesa da Consciência e Ordens to the great slave revolt on the Island of São Tomé in 1595, the cmapaign for free labor in Angola and São Tomé in 1900-1910, the issues of naming and national identity in Timor-Leste, the continuation of imperial policies through "peacekeeping", the global crisis and the "society of spectacle", Portuguese 21st-century poetry, and critical assessments of the biography of King Sebastian of Portugal.

Portuguese Studies Review Vol 21 No 1

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This issue of the Portuguese Studies Review presents essays by Leandro Alves Teodoro, Martin M. Elbl and Ivana Elbl, Isabel dos Guimarães Sá and Hélder Carvalhal, Christian Fausto Moraes dos Santos, Gisele Cristina da Conceição, and Fabiano Bracht, Sandrina Berthault Moreira, and Luís Miguel Pereira Farinha. The topics covered range from the history of fourteenth- and fifteenth-century Portuguese synods to the material culture of late fifteenth century Portuguese nobility, epistolary perspectives on Portuguese interaction with Italy and with the Roman Curia in the fifteenth century, the use and benefits of seafood in early Portuguese settlements in Brazil, a legal overview of the administrative frameworks for Portuguese road-building in the early twentieth century, and the comparative use of econometric indices of development to modelling Portuguese data. The issue also contains shorter pieces by Douglas L. Wheeler and Michel Cahen.

Portuguese Studies Review Monograph Series

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ISBN : OCLC:880290125
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Handbook Of Portuguese Studies

Author : Ieda Siqueira Wiarda
ISBN : 9781462814473
Genre : History
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Portuguese Studies Review

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Portuguese Studies Review Vol 20 No 1

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The essays in this issue of the Portuguese Studies Review range from a case study of slave trade in Pernambuco in the 18th century to a discussion of the English translations of Vieira's missionary ouevre, a study of devotion and ethnicity in African-Brazilian lay brotherhoods, an analysis of Portuguese language persistence in Macau and among the Macanese disapora, and an overview of gender, pedagogy, and career progression through the ranks in Portugal and in Brazil. The issue features contributions by Gustavo Acioli Lopes, Karl A. Kottman, Vanessa dos Santos Oliveira, Manuel Antonio Noronha and Ian Chaplin, Amanda Oliveira Rabelo, António Gomes Ferreira, Maria Amélia Gomes de Souza Reis, and Harold B. Johnson.

Portuguese Migrations In Comparison Historical Patterns And Transnational Continuities

Author : Marcelo J. Borges
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This special issue of the Portuguese Studies Review presents studies by Emir Reitano, Oswaldo Truzzi and Ana Silvia Volpi Scott, Jo-Anne S. Ferreira, Marcelo J. Borges, Heloisa Paulo, Caroline B. Brettell, Zeila de Brito Fabri Demartini, Andrea Klimt, Roselyne de Villanova, Helena Carreiras, Diego Bussola, Maria Xavier, Beatriz Padilla, and Andrés Malamud. The studies cover Portuguese migration to Argentina, anti-Salazarist exiles in Brazil, early post-colonial Goa, post-1974 migration trends in São Paulo, identity and community formation among Portuguese immigrants in Germany and the United States, inter-generational processes characterizing Portuguese immigration to France, and collective identity processes spanning the borders of southern Brazil, Argentina, and Uruguay.

The Evolution Of The Portuguese Atlantic Essays In Honour Of Ursula Lamb

Author : Timothy J. Coates
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This special issue volume of the Portuguese Studies Review in honor of Ursula Lamb (1914-1996) presents studies by Timothy Coates, A.J.R. Russell-Wood, Ivana Elbl, Alberto Vieira, Martin Malcolm Elbl, Gerardo A. Lorenzino, César Braga-Pinto, Geraldo Pieroni, Janaína Amado, Mark Cooper Emerson, Ernst Pijning, and Kirsten Shultz. The studies explore the themes of settlement, colonization, ethnogenesis, banishment and exile, the intellectual and political construction of colonial identities, cross-cultural urbanism, and regulation of commerce. The volume also includes a bibliography of Ursula Lamb's works.

Identity Civic Engagement And Multiculturalism Portuguese Canadian Immigrant Descendants In Canada And Portugal

Author : Robert A. Kenedy
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This special issue of the Portuguese Studies Review focuses on understanding the Portuguese−Canadian immigrant experience in Canada and Portugal, in terms of identity formation and civic engagement within a broader framework of current debates on multiculturalism, and transnationalism. This special volume resulted from the contributions presented at the Symposium Identity, Civic Engagement and Multiculturalism: Portuguese−Canadian Immigrant Descendants in Canada, which was held at York University, Toronto, on 11 and 12 October 2011. The issue presents studies by Robert A. Kenedy, Fernando Nunes, Ana Paula Beja Horta, Gilberta Pavão Nunes Rocha, Derrick Mendes, Christina Kwiczała, Benjamin Kutsyuruba, Filomena Silvano, Marta Rosales, and Sónia Ferreira.

Women In The Lusophone World In The Middle Ages And The Early Modern Period

Author : Darlene Abreu-Ferreira
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The present collection echoes and contributes to a number of the issues defined by both the traditional and revisionist historiography. The intent of this special issue of the Portuguese Studies Review was to highlight some of the new research on late medieval and early modern Portuguese women, subjects typically situated outside of the academic mainstream, and to complement the four major collections on the history of Portuguese women published since 1986, as well as the larger literature dealing with Spain. The essays are organized into six general themes: “Female Characters in Late Medieval Chronicles,” “Women and Power in the Late Middle Ages,” “Habsburg Queens and Portugal,” “Women and the Economy,” “Attitudes Toward Women,” and “Women and Religion.” The volume presents essays by Amélia P. Hutchinson, José Valente, Jutta Sperling, Ivana Elbl, Susannah C. Humble Ferreira, Félix Labrador Arroyo, Annemarie Jordan, Almudena Pérez de Tudela, Amélia Polónia, Amândio Jorge Morais Barros, Darlene Abreu-Ferreira, Pedor Miguel Reboredo Marques, Marcia Eliane Alves de Souza e Mello, Jessiva V. Roitman, Inês Amorim, Elisbete de Jesus and Célia Rego, and Haruko Nawata Ward, with an Introduction by Darlene Abreu-Ferreira and Ivana Elbl. The volume also contains an Addendum on the Portuguese Estado Novo, with studies by Sonny B. Davis and Antonio Muñoz Sánchez.

The Crown The Court And The Casa Da ?ndia

Author : Susannah Ferreira
ISBN : 9789004298194
Genre : History
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In The Crown, the Court and the Casa da Índia, Susannah Humble Ferreira re-evaluates the place of the overseas expansion in the policies of the Portuguese Crown in the so-called ‘Age of Discoveries’.

Portuguese Studies Newsletter

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Preserving Portugal S Patrimony

Author : Douglas L. Wheeler
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Portugal And Its Empire 1250 1800 Collected Essays In Memory Of Glenn J Ames

Author : Ivana Elbl
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The collection, which appeared as Vol. 17, No. 1 of the Portuguese Studies Review, features one of the last studies by Glenn Ames, dealing with the Goa Inquisition and with Franco-Portuguese rivalry in the Indian Ocean. The study heads a collection of essays covering Portuguese late medieval nobiliary registers, papal policy and Portuguese trade in sub-Saharan Africa, Portuguese Sebastianist millenarianism, the visual staging of political power in Rio de Janeiro, the commercial genesis of slave "ethnonyms", personal slave narratives, and women's voting rights in Portugal. The collection presents essays by Glenn J. Ames, José d'Assunção Barros, Ivana Elbl, José Maurício Saldanha Álvarez, Eduardo Medeiros, Adriana Pereira Campos, and Elsa M. Dias.

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