Journal of Lusophone Studies

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The Journal of Lusophone Studies (formerly ellipsis) is the official journal of the American Portuguese Studies Association. It is peer-reviewed and published twice a year.

In keeping with the founding principles of APSA, the Journal of Lusophone Studies strives to foster the expansion and diffusion of knowledge on the peoples and cultures of Portuguese-speaking countries and diasporas. It achieves this by publishing the scholarly work of researchers from the around the world.

The journal’s commitment to open access is an extension of APSA’s founding principles. It shows our support for the accelerated discovery of information through the unrestricted sharing of ideas, and it allows us to increase public enrichment through the free presentation of cutting-edge research on the languages, peoples, and cultures of countries where Portuguese is spoken.

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Vol 4, No 1 (2019): Special Dossier on Transnational and Counternational Queer Agencies in Lusophone Cultures

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Special Dossier

Anna M. Klobucka, César Braga-Pinto
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Vagner Camilo
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Anna M. Klobucka
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Fernando Beleza
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César Braga-Pinto
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Carlos Cortez Minchillo
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António Fernando Cascais
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James Hodgson
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Severino J. Albuquerque
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Daniel da Silva
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Carolina Castellanos Gonella
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Alejandro Castro
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Articles

Sarah Nicholus
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Fernando Varela
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Book Reviews

Josiah Blackmore
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Odile Cisneros
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Mariana da Silva Lima
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Andrew C. Rajca
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Sandra I. Sousa
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