Portuguese Studies 16

Portuguese Studies 16.1

Maney Publishing for the Modern Humanities Research Association

1 January 2000  •  328pp

Access online: At JSTOR

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Contents:

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Introductory Note
Helder Macedo
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1-17
A Night at the Opera: A Glimpse at Some Eighteenth-Century Theatricals
Juliet Perkins
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18-25
Garrett's "Camões"
Maria Madalena Gonçalves, Claire Williams
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26-42
Carlos Gomes' "IL Guarany": The Frontiers of Miscegenation in Nineteenth-Century Grand Opera
Jean Andrews
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43-51
Homo Ludens and "Esaú e Jacó", Homo Economicus and "Hard Times": Literary Representations of the Nineteenth-Century Bourgeoisie
Teresinha V. Zimbrão Da Silva, Anthony Lennard
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52-82
A Prisoner of Liberalism: The Strange Case of J. P. Oliveira Martins
Rui Ramos
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85-105
European Empires in the East During the Early Modern Period: Seminar Papers: Introduction
Diogo Ramada Curto
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106-124
"In Finibus Terrae": Alonso Sánchez and the Limits of Intellectual Autonomy
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125-147
"A Vinha do Senhor": The Portuguese Jesuits in China in the Seventeenth Century
Liam Brockey
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148-161
Rupture and Continuity in Colonial Discourses: The Racialized representation of Portuguese Goa in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries
José Celso De Castro Alves
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162-174
Constantino: A Tragedy in Five Parts
Erik Lars Myrup
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175-192
Companies, Mercantilism and the Development of Seventeenth-Century Overseas Commerce
Daviken Studnicki-Gizbert
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193-217
From Livorno to Goa and Back: Merchant Networks and the Coral-Diamond Trade in the Early-Eighteenth Century
Francesca Trivellato
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218-239
Rethinking Imperialism in a Comparative Context: Early Modern British and Russian Expansion in Asia
Jeremi Suri
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240-255
Towards a New Imperialism in Eighteenth-Century India: Dupleix, La Bourdonnais and the French Compagnie des Indes
Jay Howard Geller
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256-275
The Mapping of Empire: French and British Cartographies of India in the Late-Eighteenth Century
Lucy P. Chester
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276-297
Imagining Empire: Company, Crown and Bengal in the Formation of British Imperial Ideology, 1757-84
Stephen Vella
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299-301
Review of Robert M. Levine, José Carlos Sebe Bom Meihy, Nancy P. S. Naro, Cristina Mehrtens, The Unedited Diaries of Carolina Maria de Jesus
Lorraine Leu
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301-302
Review of Angola Unravels, The Rise and Fall of the Lusaka Feace Process
Patrick Chabal
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303-323
Bibliographic and Research Information
John Laidlar
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