Forthcoming : Portuguese Literary & Cultural Studies 36/37, Fall 2021/Spring 2022

2022-06-06

Heritages of Portuguese Influence: Histories, Spaces, Texts, and Objects
Edited by MIGUEL BANDEIRA JERÓNIMO, ANNA M. KLOBUCKA, and WALTER ROSSA

Contents

Editor’s Introduction
     MIGUEL BANDEIRA JERÓNIMO, ANNA M. KLOBUCKA, and WALTER ROSSA

Heritage(s) of Portuguese Influence: History, Processes, and Aftereffects
     MIGUEL BANDEIRA JERÓNIMO and WALTER ROSSA

Colonial Public Works Services in Portugal’s Third Empire (1869–1975)
     JOANA BRITES

The (In)Tangible Legacy of ‘Generic Lusotropicalism’: Unexamined Links in the Textual History of ‘Portuguese Humane Colonialism’
     PEDRO SCHACHT PEREIRA

Myth as the Catalyst of a Cultural Heritage-Building Process: The Case of Goa
     WALTER ROSSA

Heritage Policies and Sensitive Pasts in Brazil: Between Ambiguities and Rights from Global to Local
     MÁRCIA CHUVA

The União Nacional in Cabo Verde, 1937-1945: Local Politics in an Imperial Political Party
     ABEL DJASSI AMADO

The Memorialization of Empire in Postcolonial Portugal: Identity Politics and the Commodification of History
     ELSA PERALTA

Heritage(s) of Portuguese Influence as Erasure: Critical Perspectives on the Recreation of the Past in the Present
     INÊS BELEZA BARREIROSS

Decolonial Imagination and the Unmaking of (Post)Colonial Cities and Tongues: History, Memory, and Futurity in the Work of Angolan, Mozambican, São Tomean, Cape Verdean, and Portuguese Contemporary Artists
     ANA BALONA DE OLIVEIRA

Da ruína como discurso: Apontamentos sobre cinematografias pós-coloniais
     MIRIAN TAVARES

Troubling the Good Time Blues: Fado Performance, Placemaking and Border Crossing in the US
     KIMBERLY DACOSTA HOLTON

The Temporalities of Diasporic Heritage in New York
     KRISTA BRUNE

Reviews

Daniel da Silva on Rui Vieira Nery. A History of Portuguese Fado

Carmen Ramos Villar on Alberto Pena Rodríguez, News on the American Dream