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Portuguese Studies

 Available through JSTOR Current Scholarship Program from January 2012.

 

A multidisciplinary journal devoted to research on the cultures, societies, and history of the Lusophone world.

 

Latest Issue

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Volume 30:1 (March 2014) is available online here.

Print despatch begins 19 March 2014.

 

 

 

 

Previous Despatch Dates

29:2 Despatch began 23 September 2013.

 

 

 

Online Archive

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The complete run of Portuguese Studies (from 1985--) is now available at JSTOR to participating institutions. Access online here.

 

 

The Portuguese Diaspora in Great Britain and Ireland

Volume 26:1 is also available as a book with the title The Portuguese Diaspora in Great Britain and Ireland. Further details are available here.

 

Format

Portuguese Studies now appears in two parts each year, and is published in English, with occasional thematic issues and space for rare or otherwise unavailable archival documents. No correspondence is published in Portuguese Studies, nor are advertisements carried.

 

Scope

Scholarly contributions are invited on all subjects within the fields of the literature, culture, and history of Portugal, Brazil and the Portuguese-speaking countries of Africa.

 

Sample Article

A sample article is available here. Originally published in Portuguese Studies 18 (2002), Sara Brandellero's article 'In Between Wor[l]ds: The Image of the 'entre-lugar' in Joćo Cabral de Melo Neto's Agrestes' examines the Brazilian poet's use of the theme of the 'in-between' space in this collection of poems published in 1985.

 

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