"Bibliography of Works on Lusophone Culture and Identity"

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"Bibliography of Works on Lusophone Culture and Identity"


Vieira, Patricia I., CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture


The following Bibliography is with focus on works in cultural studies scholarship. While the bibliography contains mostly monographs, it includes selected articles in learned journals; it includes items on music, film, national identity, gender and sexuality, and race and ethnicity in Brazil, Portugal, and Lusophone Africa; the bibliography includes mostly items published in the last ten years with a selection of earlier materials; preference was given to scholarly works that are broader in scope, although the bibliography comprises a few specific monographs; while some groundbreaking texts on literature were included, this bibliography does not aim at providing a comprehensive overview of the field of Lusophone literary theory and criticism, a topic that has already been covered extensively in publications on particular authors or topics.

Ab'Saber, Tales A.M. A Imagem Fria. Cinema e Crise do Sujeito no Brasil dos Anos 80. Cotia: Atelie Editorial, 2003.

Abreu, Nuno Cesar. Boca do Lixo. Cinema e Classes Populares. Campinas: Editora Unicamp, 2006.

Afolabi, Niyi. Golden Cage: Regeneration in Lusophone African Literature and Culture. Trenton: Africa World P, 2001.

Aguillar, Antonio, Debora Aguillar, and Paulo Cesar Ribeiro. Historias da Jovem Guarda. Sao Paulo: Editora Globo, 2005.

Alambert, Zuleika. A Mulher na Historia, a Historia da Mulher. Brasilia: Fundacao Astrojildo Pereira and Abare, 2004.

Albin, Ricardo Cravo, ed. Dicionario Houaiss Ilustrado. Musica Popular Brasileira. Rio de Janeiro: Paracatu Editora, 2006.

Albin, Ricardo Cravo. O Livro de Ouro da MPB. A Historia de nossa Musica Popular de sua Origem ate Hoje. Rio de Janeiro: Ediouro, 2003.

Albuquerque, Maria de Fatima M. de. O Corpo do Desejo. Mulheres e Imagem Corporal no Espago Urbano de Maceio. Maceio: U Federal de Alagoas, 2002.

Alexandre, Ricardo. Dias de Luta. o Rock e o Brasil dos Anos 80. Rio de Janeiro: DBA, 2002.

Almeida, Luiz Savio de, Christiano de Barros Marinho Silca, and A. Silva, eds. Resistencia, Memoria, Etnografia. Maceio: Governo de Alagoas/ EDUFAL, 2007.

Almeida, Miguel Vale de. An Earth-Colored Sea: "Race," Culture, and the Politics of Identity in the Postcolonial Portuguese-Speaking World. New York: Berghahn Books, 2004.

Alvarez, Sonia E. Engendering Democracy in Brazil: Women's Movements in Transition Politics. Princeton: Princeton UP, 1990.

Amancio, Tunico. Artes e Manhas da Embrafilme. Cinema Estatal Brasileiro em sua Epoca de Ouro (1977-1981). Niteroi: Editora da U Federal Fluminense, 2000.

Amaral, Aracy. Ultramodern: The Art of Contemporary Brazil. Washington: National Museum of Women in the Arts, 1993.

Andrade, Mario de. Aspectos da Musica Brasileira. Belo Horizonte: Villa Rica, 1991.

Andrade, Mario de. Ensaio sobre Musica Brasileira. Sao Paulo: Martins, 1962.

Antonio, Lauro. Cinema e Censura em Portugal. Lisboa: Arcadia, 1978.

Appleby, David P. The Music of Brazil. Austin: U of Texas P, 1983.

Araujo, Paulo Cesar de. Eu nao sou Cachorro, nao. Musica Popular Cafona e Ditadura Militar. Rio de Janeiro: Editora Record, 2002.

Araujo, Samuel. "Brazilian Identities and Musical Performances." Diogenes 48.3 (2000): 115-25.

Arenas, Fernando. Utopias of Otherness: Nationhood and Subjectivity in Portugal and Brazil. Minneapolis: U of Minnesota P, 2003.

Ariza, Adonay. Eletronic Samba: A Musica Brasileira no Contexto das Tendencias Internacionais. Sao Paulo: Annablume, 2006.

Arruti, Jose Mauricio A. Mocambo: Antropologia e Historia do Processo de Formacao Quilombola. Bauru: EDUSC, 2006.

Assis, Denise. Propaganda e Cinema. A Servigo do Golpe, 1962-1964. Rio de Janeiro: FAPERJ, 2001.

Assuncao, Matthias Rohrig. Capoeira: The History of an Afro-Brazilian Martial Art. London: Routledge, 2005.

Avellar, Jose Carlos. …

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