Temos o prazer de anunciar que já publicámos o número mais recente do Journal of Lusophone Studies (vol. 5, no. 2, Fall 2020). Está disponível na página principal da revista: https://jls.apsa.us/.

O número reúne uma grande variedade de temas e autores, e cada artigo merece (na nossa opinião) um público muito amplo. Parabéns a todos/as!

ARTICLES

Quantas vidas tem Gisberta?: imagem, mídia e arquivo na narrativa contemporânea
Manaíra Aires Athayde

Intersections of Empire, Post-Empire, and Diaspora: De-Imperializing Lusophone Studies
Cristiana Bastos

Loving Nature in João Guimarães Rosa: The Non-human as 'amável'
Ashley Brock

Recitações: Bandolim de Adília Lopes
Diana Duarte Ferreira

Imperial Debris: Reflections on the Lisbon Cityscape in Contemporary Portuguese Fiction
Patrícia Martinho Ferreira

You Can’t Kill a Kianda: A Reading of Pepetela’s “Magias do Mar”
Anita de Melo

A Bridge to Portugal: Language and Identity in Bridgeport, CT
Fabio Scetti

Transcendence and Abjection in Vergílio Alberto Vieira’s Cleptopsydra
Robert Simon

Elizabeth Bishop's Brazil: An Attraction in Difference
Tom Winterbottom

BOOK REVIEWS

Baptista, Abel Barros, Clara Rowland, and Pedro Meira Monteiro, editors. Esse Aires. Peixe-Elétrico Ensaios, 2020.
Dina Duarte Ferreira

Wade, Jonathan William. Being Portuguese in Spanish: Reimagining Early Modern Iberian Literature, 1580–1640. Purdue UP, 2020.
Anton García-Fernández

Tosta, Antonio Luciano de Andrade. Confluence Narratives: Ethnicity, History, and Nation-Making in the Americas. Bucknell UP, 2016.
Jordan B. Jones

Gaspar, Frank X. The Poems of Renata Ferreira. Tagus, 2020.
António Ladeira

Short Stories by Mário Andrade, Lima Barreto, and Monteiro Lobato. 3 vols. U Estadual de Campinas 2020.
Carlos Cortez Minchillo

Igrejas, António M. A. Empenho e arte: Os grão-capitães—uma sequência de contos de Jorge de Sena. Colibri, 2018.
Bruno Nogueira Sales

  • Special Issue on Narratives of the Apocalypse

    2021-05-01

    The apocalypse is perhaps the most intractable of phenomena, open to religious, ideological, environmental, technological, and epidemiological interpretations of the end of civilization. This special issue of the Journal of Lusophone Studies welcomes articles that explore the apocalypse in Lusophone literary and cultural production through its multiple themes, forms, and implications, including transnational and comparative approaches. Deadline for submission: 1 July 2021.

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