JLS 2.1 (Spring 2017) Now Available

JLS 2.2 (Fall 2017) Now Available

We’re pleased to announce that JLS volume 2.2 (Autumn 2017), with a special dossier on Brazilian Eco-Criticism, is now available on-line. The dossier is co-edited by Patrícia Vieira and Maria Esther Maciel, and it contains a rich collection of essays from a wide range of critical perspectives. The issue also ...

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APSA International Conference 2018

American Portuguese Studies Association 11th International Conference Hosted by the University of Michigan (Ann Arbor), 18–20 October 2018 Conference Presidential Theme   “Democracy in Question: What Does and What Can Culture Accomplish?” “A Democracia em questão: o que pode, o que quer a cultura?” In recent years, scholars and pundits ...

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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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