Portuguese Studies Review

ISSN 1057-1515
Semi-annual
Appearing since 1991
Formerly published by the ICGP (International Conference Group on Portugal)
The PSR is an international academic forum for the study of countries, regions, communities, and institutions sharing, exploring, transforming, or developing a Portuguese, Brazilian, or other Luso-related heritage  
Multi-lingual peer-reviewed research journal. Articles, review essays, and book reviews in English, Portuguese, French, and Spanish    
     

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Portuguese Studies Review, Vol. 21, No. 2
New Series(Forthcoming Volume)

Portugal and its Empire, 1128-1809: A Volume of Papers in Honour of Francis Dutra
(Editors: Ivana Elbl (Trent University), Martin Malcolm Elbl (Independent Scholar)

Highlights of Contents

Ivana Elbl
“Friendships, Disasters, and Social Capital: The Silva Meneses, 1415-1481”

Martin Elbl
“Contours of Battle: Chronicles, GIS, and Topography—A Spatial Decoding of the Portuguese Siege of Tangier, September to October 1437”

Susannah Ferreira

“Physicians, Confraternities, Hospitals and Royal Policy Aimed at the Assimilation of New Christians in Portugal (1496-1504)"


Fernanda Olival

“Conventual Friars in the Portuguese Military Orders: Scholarship, Recruitment and Training (16th-18th Centuries)”


Thiago Krause

“Military Orders and the Elites of Bahia and Pernambuco"

Darlene Abreu-Ferreira
“The Pursuit of Justice in Early Modern Portugal”

Mark Cooper Emerson
'She lay down with her like a man with a woman': Same-Sex Female Intimacy and Desire in Early Seventeenth-Century Portugal”

David Tengwall
“The Portuguese Revolution of 1640”

Ernst Pijning
“What is Cross Cultural? A Study of Interactions on the Eighteenth-Century Gold Coast”

Cari Maes
“The First Afro-Brazilian Congress in Brazil (1934)”

Beatriz Padilla
“Brazilian Narratives of Migration: A Multisited Journey”

Martin Malcolm Elbl
and Ivana Elbl
“The Private Archive (Carteggio) of Abbot Gomes Eanes (Badia di Firenze): An Analytical Catalog, with Commentary, of Codex Ashburnham 1792 (Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana, Florence) -- Part Two”

 

 

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