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    
     

PSR Editorial Board


Chief Editor
Prof. Ivana Elbl (Trent University)

Associate Editors
Prof. António Costa Pinto (Instituto de Ciências Sociais, Universidade de Lisboa)

Prof. Maria João Dodman (York University, Toronto)

(Associate Editor for Literature and Language)
The PSR is delighted to announce that Dr. Maria João Dodman (York University) has agreed to join the journal as Associate Editor for Literature and Language. A native of the Azores, Dr. Dodman is Associate Professor of Portuguese Language and Literature and specializes in Early Modern Portuguese literature, with a research focus on the representation of beauty, ugliness, and the structuring of identities and social roles. She is a member of the Canadian Centre for Azorean Research and Studies and her work includes the study of Azorean identity, both in the archipelago and its diaspora. For more information about Dr. Dodman, follow this link.

Prof. Timothy Coates (College of Charleston)


Prof. José C. Curto (York University, Toronto)

Martin Malcolm Elbl (Independent Scholar and Researcher)



Editor Emeritus
Prof. (Ret.) Douglas Wheeler (U. of New Hampshire)

Editorial Assistants
TBA (none funded at present)



International Editorial Board (in alphabetical order)
Prof. Juliet Antunes Sablosky (Georgetown U.)
Mr. Carlos Balsas (Arizona State University)
Prof. Marcelo Borges (Dickinson College)
Prof. Caroline Brettell (SMU, Dallas, TX)
Dr. Michel Cahen (CNRS/Sciences Po Bordeaux)

The PSR is delighted to announce that Dr. Michel Cahen (CNRS/Sciences Po Bordeaux) has now joined its Editorial Board. One of the most widely recognized and respected scholars of post-colonial Lusophone Africa, Dr. Cahen is Director of Research CNRS, HDR UMR n° 5115 "Les Afriques dans le monde," an author of many seminal books and articles, as well as a former editor of the journal Lusotopie. Please follow this link to access Dr. Michel Cahen's profile.

Prof. (Ret.) Francis Dutra (U. of California, Santa Barbara)
Prof. Susannah Humble Ferreira (University of Guelph)
Dr. Harold Johnson (University of Virginia)
Prof. Robert A. Kenedy (York University, Toronto)
Mr. Stewart Lloyd-Jones (ISCTE, Lisbon)
Prof. Fernando Nunes (Mount St. Vincent University)
Dr. Wilson Alves de Paiva (Pontifícia Universidade Católica de Goiás)

The PSR is delighted to announce that Dr. Wilson Alves de Paiva (Pontifícia Universidade Católica de Goiás) has now joined its Editorial Board. Dr. Alves de Paiva is an Adjunct Professor of the Education Department, a member of the PPPGE (Programa de Pós-Graduação em Educação) and, currently, Visiting Post-Doctoral Fellow at the University of Calgary, Canada. Dr. Alves de Paiva's research centres on the role of religion, spirituality, and the Enlightenment in education. For more information on Dr. Alves de Paiva see this link.
Prof. Stanley Payne (U. of Wisconsin, Madison)
Dr. René Pélissier (Orgeval, France)
Prof. Maria Fernanda Rollo (Universidade Nova de Lisboa)












 

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