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Portuguese Literary & Cultural Studies
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.
Journal Editors: Mario Pereira, Anna M. Klobucka, Isabel P. B. Fêo Rodrigues
Book Review Editor: Fernando Beleza
Editorial Board: Ana Paula Ferreira, Cristiana Bastos, Phillip Rothwell
View publications: Portuguese Literary & Cultural Studies
Adamastor Book Series, named for the mythological character invented by Camões in the Renaissance epic The Lusiads, is dedicated to publishing both translations of important works from the Portuguese language and essays on Lusophone literatures and cultures.
Series Editor: Victor K. Mendes and Ricardo Vasconcelos
Editorial Board: Hilary Owen, Victoria Saramago, Richard Zenith
View publications: Adamastor Series
Portuguese in the Americas Series
The Portuguese in the Americas Series aims to contribute to the growing field of Portuguese-American Studies. The Series documents the variety and complexity of the Portuguese-American experience by publishing works in the social sciences, history and literature.
Series Editors: Francisco Cota Fagundes and Ricardo Rosa
Editorial Board: Frank Sousa, Irene de Amaral, Luciano Tosta, Dulce Scott, José Carlos Teixeira, Miguel Moniz, Antonio Ladeira
View publications: Portuguese in the Americas Series
Brazilian Literature in Translation Series
The series publishes translations of classic and contemporary works of Brazilian literature with an emphasis on contemporary authors.
Series Editors: Dário Borim & Cristina Mehrtens
Editorial Board: Bela Feldman-Bianco, Lilianfontes Moreira, Robert Moser, Vivaldo Andrade dos Santos
View publications: Brazilian Literature in Translation Series
Classic Histories from the Portuguese-Speaking World in Translation
Series Editors: Timothy J. Coates & Timothy D. Walker
View publications: Classic Histories from the Portuguese-Speaking World in Translation
Bellis Azorica Book Series
The Bellis Azorica Book Series is dedicated to the literature, culture and history of the Azores. The series focuses on publishing new translations and reissuing out of print translations of classic works of literature, poetry, and essay. The series likewise commissions original works of scholarship and advances research in a number of fields.
Series Editors: Mario Pereira & Onésimo Almeida
Editorial Board: Diniz Borges, Maria do Rosário Girão, Urbano Bettencourt, Vamberto Freitas, Victor Rui Dores
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Portuguese Language Textbook Series
Portuguese Language Textbook Series publishes textbooks for university-level language courses.
Series Editor: Anna M. Klobucka
Editorial Board: Luiz Amaral, Blair Bateman, Sílvia Melo-Pfeifer, Teresa Valdez
View publications: Portuguese Language Textbook Series
Aristides de Sousa Mendes Series on History and Social Sciences
Series Editors: Paula Celeste Gomes Noversa and Douglas L. Wheeler