Table of Contents

Special Issue: Portuguese Cultural Studies


D

  1. de Medeiros, Paulo

    1. Russell, Peter. Prince Henry “the Navigator”: A Life. New Haven: Yale UP, 2001. xvi + 448 pp.+ 32 unpaginated color plates.
      Ronald W. Sousa, Hilary Owen and Paulo de Medeiros
    2. Treece, David. Exiles, Allies, Rebels: Brazil’s Indianist Movement, Indigenist Politics, and the Imperial Nation-State. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press. 2000. ix + 271 pp. Bibliography. Index.
      Seth Garfield, Hilary Owen and Paulo de Medeiros
    3. Schwarz, Roberto. A Master on the Periphery of Capitalism: Machado de Assis. Intro. and trans. John Gledson. Post-Contemporary Interventions/Latin America in Translation. Durham: Duke UP, 2002. xxxvi + 194 pp. Notes. Glossary. Bibliography. Index.
      Valentim Facioli, Hilary Owen and Paulo de Medeiros
    4. Paes, José Paulo. O lugar do outro. Rio: Topbooks, 1999. 213pp.
      Luiz Gonzaga Marchezan, Hilary Owen and Paulo de Medeiros
    5. Armstrong, Piers. Third World Literary Fortunes: Brazilian Culture and Its International Reception. Cranbury, NJ: Bucknell UP, 1999. 262 pp. Notes. Bibliography. Index.
      Paula Rodrigues Pontes, Hilary Owen and Paulo de Medeiros
    6. O Brasil dos Brasilianistas: Um guia dos estudos sobre o Brasil nos Estados Unidos, 1945–2000. Org. Rubens Antonio Barbosa, Marshall C. Eakin, and Paulo Roberto de Almeida. São Paulo: Paz e Terra. 2002.
      Jeffrey Lesser, Hilary Owen and Paulo de Medeiros
    7. Afolabi, Niyi. The Golden Cage: Regeneration in Lusophone African Literature and Culture. Trenton: Africa World Press, 2001. 256 pp. Notes. Bibliography. Index.
      Phillip Rothwell, Hilary Owen and Paulo de Medeiros
    8. Johnson III, Ollie Andrew. Brazilian Party Politics and the Coup of 1964. Gainsville: UP of Florida, 2001. 176 pp.
      Mona M. Lyne, Hilary Owen and Paulo de Medeiros
    9. What’s Left? Portuguese Cultural Studies
      Paulo de Medeiros
    10. War Pics: Photographic Representations of the Colonial War
      Paulo de Medeiros
  2. de Sousa Santos, Boaventura

    1. Between Prospero and Caliban: Colonialism, Postcolonialism, and Inter-identity
      Boaventura de Sousa Santos

F

G

  1. Garfield, Seth

H

  1. Holton, Kimberly DaCosta

    1. Bearing Material Witness to Musical Sound: Fado’s L94 Museum Debut
      Kimberly DaCosta Holton

L

  1. Lesser, Jeffrey

  2. Lisboa, Maria Manuel

    1. An Interesting Condition: The Abortion Pastels of Paula Rego
      Maria Manuel Lisboa
  3. Lyne, Mona M.

    1. Johnson III, Ollie Andrew. Brazilian Party Politics and the Coup of 1964. Gainsville: UP of Florida, 2001. 176 pp.
      Mona M. Lyne, Hilary Owen and Paulo de Medeiros

M

  1. Marchezan, Luiz Gonzaga

    1. Paes, José Paulo. O lugar do outro. Rio: Topbooks, 1999. 213pp.
      Luiz Gonzaga Marchezan, Hilary Owen and Paulo de Medeiros

O

  1. Ornelas, José N.

    1. The Fascist Body in Contemporary Portuguese Narrative
      José N. Ornelas
  2. Owen, Hilary

    1. Russell, Peter. Prince Henry “the Navigator”: A Life. New Haven: Yale UP, 2001. xvi + 448 pp.+ 32 unpaginated color plates.
      Ronald W. Sousa, Hilary Owen and Paulo de Medeiros
    2. Treece, David. Exiles, Allies, Rebels: Brazil’s Indianist Movement, Indigenist Politics, and the Imperial Nation-State. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press. 2000. ix + 271 pp. Bibliography. Index.
      Seth Garfield, Hilary Owen and Paulo de Medeiros
    3. Schwarz, Roberto. A Master on the Periphery of Capitalism: Machado de Assis. Intro. and trans. John Gledson. Post-Contemporary Interventions/Latin America in Translation. Durham: Duke UP, 2002. xxxvi + 194 pp. Notes. Glossary. Bibliography. Index.
      Valentim Facioli, Hilary Owen and Paulo de Medeiros
    4. Paes, José Paulo. O lugar do outro. Rio: Topbooks, 1999. 213pp.
      Luiz Gonzaga Marchezan, Hilary Owen and Paulo de Medeiros
    5. Armstrong, Piers. Third World Literary Fortunes: Brazilian Culture and Its International Reception. Cranbury, NJ: Bucknell UP, 1999. 262 pp. Notes. Bibliography. Index.
      Paula Rodrigues Pontes, Hilary Owen and Paulo de Medeiros
    6. O Brasil dos Brasilianistas: Um guia dos estudos sobre o Brasil nos Estados Unidos, 1945–2000. Org. Rubens Antonio Barbosa, Marshall C. Eakin, and Paulo Roberto de Almeida. São Paulo: Paz e Terra. 2002.
      Jeffrey Lesser, Hilary Owen and Paulo de Medeiros
    7. Afolabi, Niyi. The Golden Cage: Regeneration in Lusophone African Literature and Culture. Trenton: Africa World Press, 2001. 256 pp. Notes. Bibliography. Index.
      Phillip Rothwell, Hilary Owen and Paulo de Medeiros
    8. Johnson III, Ollie Andrew. Brazilian Party Politics and the Coup of 1964. Gainsville: UP of Florida, 2001. 176 pp.
      Mona M. Lyne, Hilary Owen and Paulo de Medeiros
    9. Cultural Studies in Portuguese: Where Next?
      Hilary Owen
    10. Engendering the Aesthetics of Solidarity in Lina Magaia’s Dumba Nengue
      Hilary Owen

P

  1. Pontes, Paula Rodrigues

R

  1. Rothwell, Phillip

S

  1. Sapega, Ellen W.

    1. Image and Counter-Image: The Place of Salazarist Images of National Identity in Contemporary Portuguese Visual Culture
      Ellen W. Sapega
  2. Sousa, Ronald W.

    1. Russell, Peter. Prince Henry “the Navigator”: A Life. New Haven: Yale UP, 2001. xvi + 448 pp.+ 32 unpaginated color plates.
      Ronald W. Sousa, Hilary Owen and Paulo de Medeiros