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Portuguese Literary & Cultural Studies (PLCS) is an interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed online journal that publishes original research related to the literatures and cultures of the diverse communities of the Portuguese-speaking world from a broad range of academic, critical and theoretical approaches.
Portuguese Literary & Cultural Studies 10
Portuguese Literary & Cultural Studies 10
Reevaluating Mozambique
Guest editor: Phillip Rothwell

Tagus Press at UMass Dartmouth

2003 . 304 pp. 6 x 9"
African Studies / Africa / Colonialism & Post-Colonialism

$29.95 Paperback, 978-1-933227-07-8

Table of Contents of Reevaluating Mozambique

  • Introduction: Reevaluating Mozambique – Phillip Rothwell

ARTICLES/Artigos

  • The Politics of Negative Peace: Mozambique in the Aftermath of the Rome Cease-Fire Agreement – Elísio Macamo and Dieter Neubert
  • Appearances and Realities of Post-War Reconstruction in Mozambique – Branwen Gruffydd Jones
  • (Lost) Love, Eros and Metaphor: Colonialism, Social Fragmentation and the "Burden" of Race in Portagem by Orlando Mendes – Geoffrey S. Mitchell
  • On Cross-Border Languages and Cross-Border Collaboration between Malawi and Mozambique – Gregory Kamwendo
  • Mia Couto or the Art of Storytelling – Patrick Chabal
  • Terra Sonâmbula: Manifestações de uma "Odisséia" Africana no Moçambique Pós-Independência – Robert Moser
  • A Feminist Dance of Love, Eroticism, and Life: Paulina Chiziane's Novelistic Recreation of Tradition and Language in Postcolonial Mozambique – Russell G. Hamilton
  • The Serpent's Tongue: Gendering Autoethnography in Paulina Chiziane's Balada de Amor ao Vento – Hilary Owen
  • Em torno de Modelos no Romance Moçambicano – Ana Mafalda Leite
  • História Literária em Angola e Moçambique e Fixação do Cânone da Crítica – Ana Maria Martinho
  • Mozambique in Transition in the Narratives of Lília Momplé – Claire Williams
  • Remembering the First Multiparty Elections
  • "Já Votei" – Malangatana
  • 1994 Election Posters and Ballot Papers

REVIEWS/Recensçes

  • Vinte e Nove Assaltos ou os Novos Pactos. Outras ficçes: Ensaios sobre literaturas afro-luso-brasileiras, de Laura Cavalcante Padilha. – Margarida Calafate Ribeiro
  • Luís Adriano Carlos (ed). Árvore: Folhas de Poesia. Facsimile. Porto: Campo das Letras, 2003. – Daniela Kato
  • Silvina Rodrigues Lopes. A Inocência do Devir. Lisboa, Vendaval, 2003. – Pedro Eiras
  • Elizabeth Travassos. Modernismo e música brasileira. Rio de Janeiro: Jorge Zahar, 2003 (1st ed., 2000). – Pedro Meira Monteiro
  • David Brookshaw. Perceptions of China in Modern Portuguese Literature: Border Gates. Lewiston: Edwin Mellen Press, 2002. – Claire Williams
  • Kathleen E. Sheldon. Pounders of Grain: A History of Women, Work and Politics in Mozambique. Portsmouth: Heinemann, 2002. – Hilary Owen
  • João Costa (ed). Portuguese Syntax: New Comparative Studies. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000. – José Elías Ulloa
  • Luitgarde O.C. Barros. A Derradeira Gesta: Lampião e Nazarenos Guerreando no Sertão. São Paulo: Muad, 2000. – Maria-Eugênia D.C. Freitas
  • Ana Paula Ferreira (ed). A Urgência de Contar: Contos de Mulheres dos Anos 40. Lisboa: Caminho, 2000. – Kathryn Bishop-Sanchez
  • María Xosé Rodríguez Galdo and Daniel Varela-Suanzes-Carpegna (orgs). Galicia & América: Cinco Siglos de Historia. Coru?a: Consello Da Cultura Galega, 1992. – Yeon-Soo Kim
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