CFP: Transnational and Counternational Queer Agencies

CFP: Transnational and Counternational Queer Agencies

This special issue of the Journal of Lusophone Studies proposes to address issues of (non-normative) gender and (queer) sexuality in relation to travel, translation, transnational friendships and relationships, posturing and imitation, contagion, promiscuity, etc., across the spectrum of modern Luso-Afro-Brazilian literatures and cultures from the late nineteenth century onward.

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JLS 2.1 (Spring 2017) Now Available

We’re pleased to announce that JLS volume 1.2 (Spring 2017), with a special dossier on Portuguese Cinema, is now available on-line. The dossier is co-edited by Clara Rowland and Estela Vieira, and it contains a rich collection of essays from a wide range of critical perspectives. The issue also includes ...

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Keynote Talks from APSA Conference 2016

Thanks to the hard work of our intrepid graduate student assistants, we're now able to make available the recorded talks of the two keynote speakers from the APSA International Conference held at Stanford University on October 13-15, 2016: Abel Barros Baptista and Veronica Stigger.

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