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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 17/18
Portuguese Literary & Cultural Studies 17/18
Parts of Asia
Guest Editor: Cristiana Bastos, University of Lisbon

Tagus Press at UMass Dartmouth

2010 . 536 pp. 10 illus. 6 x 9"
Asian Studies / Asia / Colonialism & Post-Colonialism

$39.95 Paperback, 978-1-933227-15-3

Table of Contents of Parts of Asia

  • Introduction
  • Parts of Asia, Today: Beyond Lusotopic Nostalgia – Cristiana Bastos

GOA

  • Power, Religion and Violence in Sixteenth-Century Goa – Ângela Barreto Xavier
  • Género, mecenato e arte: A criação das “casas de mulheres” em Goa – Carla Alferes Pinto
  • The Early Modern Globalization of Indian Medicine: Portuguese Dissemination of Drugs and Healing Techniques from South Asia on Four Continents, 1670-1830 – Timothy Walker
  • Resistência e assimilação colonial na prosa goesa do século XIX – Joana Passos
  • Oral History and a Memoir Shed Light on Goa’s Tangled Past: Romeo and Juliet in the Shadow of Empire – Victor Rangel-Ribeiro
  • Negociações identitárias dos Gaudde de Goa: políticas de classificação de “tribos” – Cláudia Pereira
  • Goa in Retrospect: Colonial Memories Published Recently in Goa and in Portugal – Teotónio R. de Souza
  • “E eu, que não conhecia nada”: The Representation of Today’s Goa in Catarina Mourão’s A Dama de Chandor – Paul Melo e Castro
  • Interview with Margaret Mascarenhas – Jayesh Needham
  • Passages to Our Selves: Translating Out of Portuguese in Asia – Christopher Larkosh

MACAU

  • Macau in Chinese Foreign Policy during the Cultural Revolution, 1966–1968 – Moisés Silva Fernandes
  • Macau’s Handover—A Personal Account – João de Pina Cabral
  • Memory Plaza: Encounter and Missed Encounter – Monica Kitieng Chan
  • Between Southern Portugal and Southern China: The Poetry of Fernanda Dias – David Brookshaw

EAST TIMOR

  • Metaphors of Slavery in East Timor – Douglas Kammen
  • Kabita-Kaburai, de cada dia: Indigenous Hierarchies and the Portuguese in Timor – Janet Gunter
  • The Unruly Island: Colonialism’s Predicament in Late Nineteenth-Century East Timor – Ricardo Roque
  • Women Writing the Exotic: Cultural Representations in a Portuguese Travel Journal – Clara Sarmento
  • Ruy Cinatti’s Timor
  • The Fractured Affair of Timorese Ident/ities – Isabel Moutinho
  • Na montanha – Jorge Lobo Mesquita
  • Western Solidarity with East Timor: An Interview with David Targan – Hilary Kaplan

BEYOND GOA, MACAU, TIMOR

  • Two Portuguese in Japan: Essays on Japanese Culture from João Rodrigues Tçuzzu, S.J. to Wenceslau de Moraes – K. David Jackson
  • Two Versions of Iberian Orientalism: The Geração de 70 and the Generación del 98 in Light of Eça’s de Queirós’ A Reliquia and Juan Valera’s Morsamor – Pedro Schacht Pereira
  • Forgetting Pio Gama Pinto – Rochelle Pinto
  • A partir de Diu: Diáspora hindu e género em Portugal – Inês Margarida Lourenço
  • “The CM is On the Way”: Reflections on Malacca-Portuguese Identity as Malaysia Turns 50 – Margaret Sarkissian
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